As Spb Software House announced yesterday, it has released Spb Time 2.0, a major update of the bestselling Pocket PC time toolset.
For the last year, Spb Time has been taking the #1 position in top time applications for Pocket PC at Handango and Pocketgear. It provides you with all possible time tools: analog and digital clocks; world time clock with map with zoom and ability to track time in multiple cities; clock screensaver for your Pocket PC; several skins from Spb's design team; several precise timers and stopwatches.
Spb Time 2.0 provides users with the highest level of functionality and
usability. Spb has accurately collected and analyzed an enormous volume of users
feedback to concentrate on the most important areas and make Spb Time even more
powerful and convenient to use. The new version of Spb Time has an improved
advanced alarm management, a comprehensive customizable database of cities,
supports VGA skins and is fully Windows Mobile 5.0 compatible. The package also
includes a Today plug-in that can be easily integrated with Spb Pocket Plus 3.1.
As usual, all additional skins are free.
As a part of this release, Spb
Software House is proud to introduce a new integration technology of Spb
products - Spb Pocket Plus Applets. An applet is a graphical component which can
be added to the Spb Pocket Plus Today plug-in as an individual item. As result
you can easily add an analog or digital clock to any of Spb Pocket Plus tabs.
Users can select a view of the clock, change skins, track time in multiple
cities and quickly launch Spb Time. It is possible to add several applets and
configure them independently.
Spb Time 2.0 is currently available in English,
German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Simplified
Chinese and Traditional Chinese. A free 15-day trial can be downloaded, or Spb
Time 2.0 can be purchased for US$ 14.95, from Spb's website. Owners of Spb Time
1.x can upgrade their current version for US$ 4.95 only. Further details about
the upgrade process are available at the Spb Software House website.
Cheers ~ Arne