If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! When I reviewed VITO’s iWindowsMobile’s Communication Suite some time back, I was rather impressed with what they’ve managed to put together that integrates so well to give the user a wonderful experience on their Windows Mobile device. However, [...]
If you’re a big fan of VITO, you would have noticed that there was a big question mark at the bottom right of their iWindowsMobile page with the words ‘Coming Soon’ just below it. Well wonder no because on this day, VITO has finally released the last installment of their iWindowsMobile to complete their [...]
The Windows Mobile Missionary, Issue IV: The Beauty and the Beast, or, Are Powerful Smartphones Just for Boys?
This edition of the Windows Mobile Missionary demonstrates the wisdom of the old adage: you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Are men more techno-geeky than women when it comes to their Smartphones?
I think so.
But, the reason that I ask this is because in my experience, Windows Mobile Smartphones tend to be carried by [...]
It’s no doubt that the next generation of devices are those with a finger-friendly interface. The Apple iPhone led the wave and now, even non-Pocket PCs (like Verizon’s Glyde and Sprint’s upcoming Instinct) are embracing this technology. We no longer want to use our stylus on our Pocket PCs and it looks like VITO [...]
I first came across GPSGate by Franson back in 2005. At that time, I was using the O2 Mini and was starting to drive more often. So I figured that it would be a good time to get a Bluetooth GPS receiver to use with my Pocket PC. After trying a few navigational software, [...]
I have always been keeping track of my how my cash flows, whether I am spending more than I should be and where exactly I am spending too much. It was rather surprising for me when I started because I did not realize that I spend as much as $50 on soft drinks from [...]
This one came out of the blue (for me at least): a new browser for the Pocket PC by Makayama. A very finger-friendly browser, there are no stylus required. Even entering web addresses are done through it’s own SIP which has very large keys (think Spb Fullscreen Keyboard). Watch a video of the browser [...]
For the longest of time, when it came to backup applications, it was a tossup between Sprite Backup and Spb Backup. Each functions pretty well from what I hear (I am an Spb Backup user and have not experimented with Sprite Backup for over 2 years) and so it’s more a matter of choice [...]
Let’s set the record straight: I don’t fancy full screen keyboards. That’s because their keys are small and my Glofiish X500 has raised edges around the screen (that means the screen is recessed) which makes getting to the sides or edges pretty tough with my fingernails. But that was before I tried ZoomBoard and now [...]
When it comes to file explorer, I prefer to go with something more robust than the generic File Explorer that I (and you) got with Windows Mobile. And thankfully, there are a lot of such applications out there, be it commercial or free software. One such application is Wizcode’s Virtual Explorer that was recently upgraded [...]
The problem with many notification applications out there is that they are rather generic. Which means, you could only set how how often to remind you that there are unread messages. But we don’t always want to be reminded of every single unread message do we? I mean, messages from my boss and significant other [...]