View Full Version : Hi Res Address Book Replacement?
Other than SuperNames is there anything else that can even come close? I tried it and really liked it but $19 USD seems like a lot of $$ for an address book!
The others I have tried are:
Contacts - looks nice but the demo version is so locked-up you can't really tell what it can do. (tsk tsk, poor marketing decision - better to go with time limit than feature limit)
321Contact - looks blurry and hard to read - has some interesting features but I can't get past the poor icons/graphics.
Any other gems out there I am missing?
I'm using SuperNames so I'm of no help here.
01-15-2003, 05:53 PM
I use Agendus. It also can be used for the Calendar and To Do functions. I like the fact that I can replace 3 built-in applications with this one program.
A release version was just released and can be downloaded from www.palmgear.com (http://www.palmgear.com)
01-15-2003, 06:24 PM
i agree with the choice of agendus
what i like about it (other than being what the built in apps should be) is that you can link people to appointments and have all their information available when you look at the appointment instead of having to switch apps and look them up. if they could figure out a way to link the names to mapopolis directly this would be the best app ever (including bejeweled).
all of this is simply my personal preference, yours may vary.
01-15-2003, 06:36 PM
I use TEALPHONE because it displays phone numbers in a VERY large font which is easy to read. Also has many configuration options which make it pretty close to what I want. To each his own.
01-15-2003, 06:44 PM
Agendus' address book is one of its best features, plus you get so much more with Agendus. Try it! You'll be hooked! You can sort your address book many different ways, and you can color code your contacts by the categories and colors you select. ;)
Thanks for the info.
I downloaded the latest Agendus (Beta 6 something) and it certainly is a pretty deep application - not sure I would use more than about 30% of it to any great extent though.
One thing that bugged me is that it advertises being Hi Res, but other than converting to small fonts all the icons and buttons were still Lo Res :(
I really like apps that show off the capabilities of the Clie screen, (I have a T665) and unfortunately there just aren't that many out there yet. Hopefully now that the Tungsten family is out in addition to the Clies there will be more incentive for the palm development community to update their apps.
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