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Office2Go to organize your mobile




Office2Go Is a great  tool for mobile users enables users to access their home or office PC from a mobile phone, smartphone or PDA anytime, anywhere. It gives users the possibility to have instant e-mail- and calendar functionality and have real-time access to files while on the road. Office2Go is available as a downloadable version and needs to be installed on the Home or Office PC

Compatible Devices
Acer Acer N30, Acer N50, Acer N10, Acer N35, Acer n311, Acer n300, Acer n310, Acer n20, Acer n20w, Acer s10, Acer s50, Acer s60

Asus ASUS MyPal A620, ASUS MyPal A632, ASUS MyPal A636, ASUS MyPal A716, ASUS MyPal A730, ASUS MyPal P505

BenQ BenQ U700, BenQ Z2, BenQ S80, BenQ A520, BenQ M350, BenQ A500, BenQ S680C, BenQ P50, BenQ P31, BenQ P30, BenQ S670C, BenQ S660C

Blackberry BlackBerry 7100X, BlackBerry 7100T, BlackBerry 7100V, BlackBerry 7730, BlackBerry 7230, BlackBerry 6720

Dell Dell Axim X30, Dell Axim X50, Dell Axim X50v, Dell Axim X51v

Dopod Dopod 818 Pro, Dopod 515, Dopod 696, Dopod 699, Dopod 838, Dopod 838 Pro, Dopod 900, Dopod 585, Dopod 595, Dopod S300, Dopod 577W, Dopod S301

Eten Eten G500, Eten M600, Eten M500, Eten P300B, Eten P300, Eten P700, Eten P600, Eten X500, Eten M600+, Eten G500+, Eten Glofiish X500, Eten Glofiish M700

Garmin Garmin iQue 3000, Garmin iQue 3200, Garmin iQue 3600, Garmin iQue 3600a, Garmin iQue M5, Garmin iQue M3, Garmin iQue M4

HP HP iPAQ rz1715, HP iPAQ rz1710, HP iPAQ rx3715, HP iPAQ rx1955, HP iPAQ rx1950, HP iPAQ hx4705, HP iPAQ hx4700, HP iPAQ hx2795, HP iPAQ hx2790, HP iPAQ hx2750, HP iPAQ hx2700, HP iPAQ hx2490, HP iPAQ hx2410, HP iPAQ hx2190, HP iPAQ hx2100, HP iPAQ hw6515, HP iPAQ hw6510, HP iPAQ h5555, HP iPAQ h5550, HP iPAQ h4355, HP iPAQ h4350, HP iPAQ h4155, HP iPAQ h4150, HP iPAQ h2210, HP iPAQ hx2495, HP iPAQ hw6900, HP iPAQ h6325, HP iPAQ h6320, HP iPAQ h6315, HP iPAQ h6310

HTC HTC P3300, HTC P3600, HTC TyTN, HTC P4350, HTC S310, HTC MTeoR, HTC S620

i-mate i-mate JASJAR, i-mate K-JAM, i-mate SP5, i-mate SP5m, i-mate SP4m, i-mate JAM, i-mate PDA2, i-mate PDA2K, i-mate SP3i, i-mate SP3, i-mate JAMin, i-mate JAM Black, i-mate Pocket PC, i-mate Smartphone2, i-mate Smartphone, i-mate Smartflip, i-mate SP Jas, i-mate SPL, i-mate JasJam, i-mate JAQ, i-mate PDAL, i-mate JAQ3

LG LG A7110, LG C1500, LG C2000, LG F7200, LG L1400, LG VI-125, LG VX-3300, LG VX-4600, LG VX-6100, LG VX-9800, LG 1150, LG 4050, LG 4010, LG C1300, LG G4015, LG L1200

Motorola Motorola A630, Motorola A840, Motorola E310, Motorola E815, Motorola RAZR V3, Motorola ROKR E1, Motorola v180, Motorola v188, Motorola v220, Motorola v265, Motorola v400, Motorola v600, Motorola V710, Motorola A780, Motorola A1000, Motorola C380, Motorola C390, Motorola C550, Motorola C650, Motorola C975, Motorola E365, Motorola E398, Motorola E550, Motorola E1000, Motorola mpx200, Motorola MPx220, Motorola SLVR L7, Motorola v80, Motorola v300, Motorola v500, Motorola v525, Motorola v547, Motorola v620, Motorola v635, Motorola v975, Motorola v980, Motorola v1050, Motorola T720, Motorola T720i, Motorola v60i, Motorola v545, Motorola v550, Motorola a388, Motorola a845, Motorola v505, Motorola T722i, Motorola M1000, Motorola A925, Motorola A920

Nokia Nokia 3200, Nokia 6600, Nokia 3300, Nokia 3650, Nokia 3660, Nokia 6220, Nokia 6230, Nokia 6670, Nokia 6680, Nokia 6822, Nokia 7200, Nokia 7260, Nokia 7610, Nokia 5140i, Nokia 6060, Nokia 8800, Nokia 8910i, Nokia 3152, Nokia 3155, Nokia 3155i, Nokia 6155, Nokia 6155i, Nokia 6030, Nokia 6230i, Nokia 6101, Nokia 6102, Nokia 6235, Nokia 6111, Nokia 6170, Nokia 6260, Nokia 6270, Nokia 6280, Nokia 6610, Nokia 6610i, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6681, Nokia 6800, Nokia 6810, Nokia 6820, Nokia 7210, Nokia 7250, Nokia 7250i, Nokia 7270, Nokia 7600, Nokia 9300, Nokia 9500, Nokia N70, Nokia N90, Nokia 2650, Nokia 3100, Nokia 3120, Nokia 3220, Nokia 3230, Nokia 5100, Nokia 5140, Nokia 6020, Nokia 6100, Nokia N91, Nokia 6620, Nokia N-Gage QD, Nokia 3585i, Nokia 3586, Nokia 3620, Nokia 6010, Nokia 6200, Nokia 6585, Nokia 6651, Nokia N-Gage, Nokia 3600, Nokia 6682, Nokia N71, Nokia 9300i, Nokia N80, Nokia N92, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E70, Nokia 3250, Nokia 7650, Nokia 6165, Nokia 2855, Nokia 2355, Nokia 7370, Nokia 7360, Nokia 6265, Nokia 6265i, Nokia 6152, Nokia 3105, Nokia 3108, Nokia 3205, Nokia 3510i, Nokia 3587, Nokia 3587i, Nokia 3595, Nokia 6012, Nokia 6015, Nokia 6015i, Nokia 6108, Nokia 6131, Nokia 6136, Nokia 6225, Nokia 6235i, Nokia 6255

O2 O2 XDA Exec, O2 XDA mini S, O2 X7, O2 XDA, O2 Xphone IIM, O2 XM, O2 X4, O2 XDA II MINI, O2 XDA IIS, O2 XDA IIi, O2 XPHONE, O2 X3, O2 X2, O2 X phone

Palm Palm LifeDrive, Palm m105, Palm Treo 600, Palm Treo 650, Palm Tungsten T3, Palm Tungsten C, Palm Tungsten E2, Palm Tungsten E, Palm Tungsten T5, Palm Tungsten TX, Palm Z22, Palm Zire 72, Palm Treo 700w

Panasonic Panasonic G70, Panasonic X800

Philips Philips 759, Philips 760, Philips 766, Philips 960

Qtek Qtek 9000, Qtek 8310, Qtek 8300, Qtek 9100, Qtek S110, Qtek S100, Qtek 9090, Qtek 8020, Qtek 8080, Qtek 7070, Qtek 8100, Qtek 8010, Qtek 2020i, Qtek 2020, Qtek 8060, Qtek 1010, Qtek S200, Qtek 9600, Qtek 8600, Qtek 8500

Samsung Samsung C100, Samsung D500, Samsung D600, Samsung E300, Samsung E330, Samsung E350, Samsung E530, Samsung E700, Samsung E710, Samsung E720, Samsung E810, Samsung E820, Samsung E635, Samsung X100, Samsung X450, Samsung X480, Samsung X497, Samsung X600, Samsung X640, Samsung Z300, Samsung Z500, Samsung D410, Samsung E400, Samsung E600, Samsung E630, Samsung E800, Samsung P400, Samsung P510, Samsung S100, Samsung S300, Samsung S300m, Samsung X460, Samsung Z107, Samsung Z130, Samsung E317, Samsung P710, Samsung x426, Samsung X427, Samsung P107, Samsung E105, Samsung E715, Samsung P735, Samsung S105, Samsung V205, Samsung s307, Samsung i750

Sharp Sharp GX-10, Sharp GX-15, Sharp GX-20

Siemens Siemens C61, Siemens CF62t, Siemens M56, Siemens S56, Siemens S66, Siemens SL56, Siemens SL65, Siemens S75, Siemens SX66

Sony Ericsson Sony Ericsson j210i, Sony Ericsson K300i, Sony Ericsson K500i, Sony Ericsson K600i, Sony Ericsson K700i, Sony Ericsson K750i, Sony Ericsson T610, Sony Ericsson T630, Sony Ericsson v800, Sony Ericsson D750i, Sony Ericsson F500i, Sony Ericsson J300i, Sony Ericsson K508i, Sony Ericsson P800, Sony Ericsson P900, Sony Ericsson P910i, Sony Ericsson S700i, Sony Ericsson V600i, Sony Ericsson W550i, Sony Ericsson W800i, Sony Ericsson Z200, Sony Ericsson Z520i, Sony Ericsson Z600, Sony Ericsson Z800i, Sony Ericsson Z1010, Sony Ericsson T616, Sony Ericsson T637, Sony Ericsson W950, Sony Ericsson M600, Sony Ericsson P990, Sony Ericsson P910

                                                 Price 75$


February 28, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles | Leave a comment

Cingular offers free battery for BlackJackers

Brighthand reports thatCingular’s popular, consumer smartphone, the BlackJack, has suffered from short battery life since its inception–hence the inclusion of two batteries in the original model. Recent BlackJack buyers found that their phone comes with one standard and one extended life battery. Those BlackJackers that got in on the handset early are eligible for a free extended life battery from the carrier: Handsets with IMEIs between 352794010030189 and 352794012269959 are eligible.

February 28, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles | Leave a comment

McDonald’s and DoCoMo join forces in Japan


 Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, long a champion of mobile payments, has inked a deal with the fast food chain McDonald’s to enable its subscribers to buy food at the restaurant by using their mobile phone. The ¥300 million joint venture is largely (70 percent) funded by McDonald’s, which will install terminals in their stores that interact with near-field communications (NFC) embedded in DoCoMo handsets. The food order will then show up on the customer’s next mobile phone bill. Story

February 27, 2007 Posted by | Mobile news | Leave a comment

Apple & Cisco Dispute Finally Solved….!

Isnt this a good news that Apple and Cisco dispute is finally solved….In January Apple was sued by Cisco. The reason: Apple’s launch of a mobile phone with the name iPhone. Cisco owns the right to the name, but now a deal has been sealed, and Apple seems to have had to pay dearly.

The row between Cisco and Apple has been finally resolved after both parties agree that they are free to use the iPhone trademark on their products throughout the world. According to the agreement, both companies acknowledge that the trademark ownership rights have been granted and they will dismiss any pending legal actions regarding to trademark. How much Apple had to pay for the right to use the name is not known. Both Apple and Cisco refer to that the agreement is comprised by secrecy. Further, the agreement does not give Apple any exclusive right to the name iPhone. Both Cisco and Apple will continue to produce iPhone telephones.
For two years before the launch of its iPhone, Apple tried to buy the right to the name from Cisco. Cisco and Apple never came to an agreement, and instead Cisco decided to launch their own WLAN telephones for IP telephony with the name iPhone.


Cisco has on the other hand completey carried through its wish in regards to another issue: Apple commits itself to create interoperability between Apple’s and Cisco’s products, in regards to both consumer products and corporate products.

Source: Apple gets iPhone

February 26, 2007 Posted by | Mobile news | Leave a comment

Sprint ventures 4 Cable

While many of us were distracted by the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona last week, an interesting development occurred on the U.S. wireless landscape. As part of the joint venture between Sprint and four cable companies, Time Warner Cable launched its Mobile Access wireless service (powered by Sprint) in Austin, TX and Raleigh, NC. This isn’t the first of the joint venture market launches. Comcast debuted its quadruple-play offering in two markets: Boston and Portland, OR, last December. But Time Warner’s entry is significant because not only is it offering voice services but also some customized local TV programming.

The data service is structured similar to a cable TV plan, with customers paying $15 per month for a basic service that includes unlimited wireless Internet, email access and Sprint picture mail. There’s also an enhanced package that costs $25 per month and includes the basic services plus Time Warner Mobile TV programming. The mobile TV offering has a variety of channels that Sprint currently offers through its Sprint TV service plus local news, traffic and weather channels. And like the Sprint TV offering, premium channels are available for an additional $4.95 per channel.

But the Time Warner Mobile TV has another interesting content tie-in–customers can view their cable TV programming guides on the phone. This appears to be a step toward what I thought was one of the key visions of the JV–providing wireless customers with the ability to remotely program their cable DVR through their wireless phones.

Although that service isn’t available yet, it appears that the Sprint-cable JV is making some strides toward that goal. But I’d also like to see some more tie-ins between the cable programming and the mobile programming. Current Analysis analyst Westin Henderek writes in an intelligence report that Time Warner and Sprint need to resolve any potential DRM issues so that this type of joint content offering will become available. And he also urges the two companies to roll out their remote programmable DVR service before year-end to build momentum for the Mobile Access service.

 Few other mobile appication HERE

February 26, 2007 Posted by | mobile applications, Mobile events, Mobile games, Mobile news | Leave a comment

Few MObile Events

Mobile Advertising & Marketing USA – March 6-7, Warwick Hotel, New York

With the worldwide mobile advertising industry predicted to be worth US$11.35bn by 2011*, leaders from across the value chain must now come together and establish how to drive the North American industry forward and secure their slice of the pie. This event, the most innovative players to discuss these issues and make real progress in the industry going forwards. Click for more information or to register

Mobile Search & Discovery ’07, March 15-16, Central London

This interactive roundtable event will focus on examining the most innovative case studies from top organisations as well as practical recommendations of how to turn the abundance of content into a commercial goldmine! Email

From Orlando with Love – FierceWireless Event at CTIA* – Wed, March 28

Rendezvous with FierceWireless for our annual networking event at CTIA*. If you choose to accept this mission you will be networking with the movers and shakers of the telecom industry. Enjoy various aperitifs–perhaps a martini, shaken, not stirred at Orlando’s premier nightclub,

February 26, 2007 Posted by | mobile applications, Mobile events, Mobile games | Leave a comment

Explore world with free Mobile maps

Nokia Delivers Free Downloadable Maps to the Mobile World .Nokia today announced that it is making its smart2go mapping and navigation platform, available for free download ( ), enabling millions of people to use the most comprehensive map coverage offered on a mobile device.

Nokia Launched their GPS map platform. +30.000 downloads within 48 hours….this would become a standard on all nokia devices…currently supporting series 60 and WM 5.0 rest OS´ to come shortly.


No data flat rate? MapLoader will help you install the desired data on your mobile device.

Global search.

Whether hotels, restaurants or clubs – there are millions of interesting places around the world. Go!


Full navigation!

Quick and easy way to turn your mobile into a navigation system. Upgrade to navigation

Find Popular Nokia Applications for your nokia phone

February 23, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, Best mobiles, mobile applications | Leave a comment

Hosted Solutions Can Reduce Mobile Capex by 12% in Latin America

In Latin America, mobile operators estimate that less than 10% of overall Capex is spent on end-user service delivery solutions. The majority of the investments are reportedly allocated to end-user services access platforms, end-user services provisioning and charging and payment solutions. Operators have traditionally opted for owning the platforms and having third-parties host applications (such as video services) on them. Beginning in 2007, operators plan to ramp up investments in solutions related to convergence and IMS, device management, and service creation and determine whether to host or buy these platforms depending on their cost-benefit analysis.

PYRAMID RESEARCH Interviewed mobile operators their new report, Managed Services in Latin America: What It Will Take For MNOs to Make the Jump, it became apparent that applications hosting is generally perceived as a low-risk, high-return endeavor. Operators fully accept that their vendor partners can bring them value through their partnerships with media and content providers. Depending on the operators’ priorities, some may decide to take back control of the applications once they are “market-proven.” Vendors that innovate in the applications arena will remain vital to their operator customers. And don’t overlook the enterprise opportunity; while consumer mobile applications are garnering a lot of attention, operators are more concerned about supporting enterprise customers.

Today, operators have to justify their need for hosted solutions extensively before they can adopt them. Based on what we heard during our conversations with the region’s leading players, we don’t anticipate a significant shift in their approach in the next four years. LATAM’s cumulative hosting investments are projected to reach nearly US$500m between 2007 and 2010, accounting for 10% of overall investments in end-user services, service delivery solutions, and charging and payment solutions.

February 23, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, Best mobiles, Mobile news, Reviews | Leave a comment

Nokia Phone Prices to Fall

Nokia, the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones, expects industry average selling prices (ASPs) for handsets to continue to fall, Chief Financial Officer Rick Simonson said on Wednesday.

Nokia and its biggest rival Motorola Inc. have seen pressure on mobile phone prices as most of growth comes from selling cheaper phones in emerging markets.

“Yes, ASPs have declined over the last few quarters. We expect that to continue,” Simonson said at a Bank of America technology conference in New York.

“For the year we see the industry having some ASP decline,” he said.

Nokia said last month the average selling price of its phones fell to about $117 (89 euros) in the fourth quarter, compared with 99 euros in the year-ago period.

But while Motorola had cited lower phone prices for its weak fourth-quarter earnings and revenue, Simonson implied that that was a company-specific problem because he said Nokia’s prices were better than expected in the quarter.

“The pricing dynamic was probably a little more robust than we might have expected,” Simonson said.

According to new research from Nokia, mobile phone gamers are looking to the
next generation of mobile gaming to meet their needs to easily discover, share
and play fun and high quality mobile games.

February 22, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, Best mobiles, mobile applications | 1 Comment

Isn’t CellPhone Screen Too Small To Be A Billboard??


In an ad-saturated world, the cellphone screen is a nearly pristine canvas.But a number of area companies are helping to transform the device that 220 million people are loath to leave at home into a personal, pocket-sized billboard, hawking everything from the latest ringtone to Fabio-favored “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!”

“We’re calling the phone ‘the brand in your hand’ — you’re never more than a foot away from it, 24 hours a day,” said Fareena Sultan , associate professor of marketing at Northeastern University’s College of Business Administration. The challenge, Sultan said, will be to produce an advertisement for the phone “that excites the person holding it.”

Fueled by faster wireless networks, more capable phones, and increasingly popular data services, the cellphone ad space is poised to grow, according to industry watchers, and a cluster of Boston start-ups have positioned themselves as the middlemen who bring brands to the screen.

uLocate Communications Inc. in Framingham plans to unveil mobile advertising that uses global positioning technology to send ads to phone users in specific locations later this year. MobileLime in Watertown turns the phone into a mobile membership card that receives coupons and store alerts from grocery stores and fast-food restaurants.

For now, people are “pulling” ads toward them — visiting mobile websites supported by ads, clicking on banner ads, reading sponsored search results like the ones that show up on Google, or sending short text messages to enter contests and get product information.

Ads must be targeted, relevant, and even cool but i think the cell phonescreen is a little too smaller to be a Billboard. But no doubt if the ad is creative and compelling enough it can generate greater viewership. Lets see where will this mobile advertising take us!

February 22, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, Mobile news | Leave a comment

SMS to be $67bn Industry by 2012 …..

A report from Portio Research has forecasted SMS revenues to reach $67 billion. The increase is mostly attributed to an expected increase in mobile subscriber base from 2.61 to 4.81 billion, sending 3.7 trillion messages. The Asian markets are expected to grow the fastest, comprising 50% of the subscriber base by 2008.SMS accounts for approximately 75-80% of carrier’s non-voice plan revenue, with voice plans comprising 80% of worldwide mobile revenue. Competition amongst carriers has been eroding voice margins and mobile content providers for ring tones and wallpapers are on their last legs, with users more easily accessing content over the internet. Consequently, carriers should be turning their attention to data services.

SMS has been the fastest growing messaging service, but the pricer MMS, e-mail, and mobile IM are expected to grow healthily as well. The report suggests operators must carefully manage rates for these alternatives in order to avoid cannibalizing the SMS market.

After a slow start, MMS has also started experiencing significant growth in several regions, especially in North America. Since interoperability agreements were finally put into place in 2005, the North American market has enjoyed rapid growth in MMS traffic. While North America and Europe now enjoy growing MMS traffic and revenues, MMS is still quite weak in much of Asia and other regions, namely Latin America and most of Africa and the Middle East.

Apart from SMS and MMS, mobile e-mail, mobile IM, the trend of popular mobile applications and games is also showing strong future growth prospects in some geographic regions. Apart from North America and Europe, mobile e-mail is expected to grow significantly in the mobile markets of the Asia Pacific region. The success of mobile e-mail is largely driven by the growth of more advanced handheld devices, such as PDAs and smartphones, so obviously growth of these services will be broadly restricted to the wealthier, more advanced markets for the immediate future.


February 21, 2007 Posted by | mobile applications, Mobile news | Leave a comment

CE Tuner for windows mobile

 CETuner 2005 is a powerful utility for creating and changing themes, adjusting colors and customizing fonts on Pocket PC/Windows mobile. With CETuner you can change the Pocket PC’s interface the way you want!

Pocket PC Magazine People’s Choice, and new CETuner nominated by Pocket PC Magazine’s Board of Experts as Best Product for the Pocket PC Awards in “System/Registry” category 

CETuner 2005 utility is designed to adjust user’s interface options on Windows Mobile 5.0 devices

CETuner 2005         CETuner 2005

CETuner 2005 features for you to create new Pocket PC themes :

  Change standard elements of Pocket PC interface by adjusting colors and fonts
  Create and change Pocket PC themes, by changing “Today Screen” options
  New! Landscape and hi-resolution modes are supported

CETuner 2004

  Manage Pocket PC fonts quickly and easily
  Use any of preset Pocket PC themes (skins) and create new
  Protect your eyes by choosing big fonts and smooth colors

CETuner 2004      CETuner 2004

  Get more information on your standard Pocket PC screen by choosing little font size
  Extend battery life by choosing mild, non-contrast colors to low down screen power consumption

CETuner 2004

CETuner got Pocket PC Magazine People’s Choice, and new CETuner nominated by Pocket PC Magazine’s Board of Experts as Best Product for the Pocket PC Awards in “System/Registry” category.


February 21, 2007 Posted by | Mobile news, Technology | 2 Comments

Sony Ericsson VS Nokia in movie Marketing

Mobile phone makers have for years been paying for placements in the movies. The best-known case, perhaps, is Nokia’s 8110 in the 1999 The Matrix. As I remember, the phone had a central role in that movie, but the role was quite logical.

The latest Bond movie, Casino Royal, recently. The main part was played by Sony Ericsson mobile phone. The leading supporting actor Daniel Craig was quite good and I had to admire the marvellous job his make-up team accomplished.

Sony Ericsson, unfortunately, did not succeed equally well. The director Martin Campbell kept pointing the camera to the Sony Ericsson K800, but its performance was woody and incomprehensible. In comparison, the playing cards in the loooong gambling scene, were quite animated. Having your name constantly in the center picture does not make you a good actor or give you a working part in the plot.

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February 20, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, mobile applications, Mobile games | Leave a comment

Verizon Wireless + Samsung launches dual-hinge phone


Verizon Wireless press release Verizon Wireless and Samsung announced the availability of the SCH-u740 cellphone, which is a dual flip-phone that features a full QWERTY keyboard. The QWERTY keyboard will come in handy when accessing Verizon’s Mobile Web 2.0 service and when e-mailing or texting friends and family. The dual-hinge phone will also allow the phone to open both vertically and horizontally.


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February 19, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles | 1 Comment

It’s time you moved to the best Award Winner….Spb Pocket Plus (Version 3.2)

Spb Pocket Plus is one of the most popular award winning application.The best selling system utility for Pocket PC. Winner of Pocket PC 2004 Awards as the best task manager which includes powerful Today plug-in with tabs and much much more!

Today Plug-In:

  • NEW! Integration with Spb Mobile Shell
  • Alpha channel support for Today Plug-in icons
  • Icons for most popular standard programs
  • Icons in Tabs
  • Plug-ins support
  • Drag-and-drop support
  • Large and small icons
  • Wholly customizable look-and-feel


Pocket Internet Explorer:

In Pocket Internet Explorer you will now see a new button in the toolbar. This is the Pocket Plus button that enables many of originally missing features. Tap this button and you will find in the context menu:

  • New window support.
  • Open link in background.
  • Close window support. Selecting this item closes either the current window only, or all active windows.
  • The list of active windows with the ability to switch between them.
  • The Save As… feature allows you to save the document in a separate file.
  • The View Source feature allows you to view the source code of the document.
  • The Full Screen support allows you to see the document in the full screen mode, without toolbars.


File Explorer: Find, use and enjoy the following new embedded features in the File Explorer.

  • ZIP support. You can now compress and decompress files, groups of files and folders.
  • File encryption support (using strong AES algorithm).
  • “Folder Up” button added.
  • Storage card format feature added.
  • You can now view and edit file and folder properties. Just tap-and hold on a desired object and select Properties from the context menu.


Enhance your device with this application and make it even more useful!


February 19, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment