Hawkins, founder of Palm
Computing and Handspring, and the person often referred to as the
father of handheld computing said this about the DateBk application:
DateBk is a remarkable product. It has more features than
I use, but the ones I don't use generally don't get in my way. You seem
to really get the philosophy behind Palm design. The application is
also very robust.
Handspring licensed DateBk3 for all of its popular Palm OS compatible
Handheld devices as its Advanced Datebook application, DateBook+.
DateBk5's predecessor, DateBk4, its top FIVE STAR rating and said:
DateBk4 is an
outstanding, feature-packed replacement for your Date Book, Memo Pad
and To Do
It uses the same databases as your current applications so you don't
re-enter appointments or other information. An excellent manual is
the author's Website, but the DateBk4 interface is so intuitive, you'll
following comment from a DateBk user is typical of how they feel about
this application (from a recent email):
is absolutely no doubt in my mind that DateBk3/4/5 is not only a
fantastic product in its own right, but Pimlico provides the best
support of any Palm software provider. That may sound like hyperbole,
but I think it's fact.
Cheers Steve T