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What is your "must have" software?

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Volume care

Documents to go

lemmings

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Volume care

Documents to go

lemmings

Definitely Volume Care

TCMP Video Player

ZLauncher

And not really a must have but more of a "I don't want to get rid of" program is MobiTV

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Definitely Volume Care

TCMP Video Player

ZLauncher

And not really a must have but more of a "I don't want to get rid of" program is MobiTV

for me its gotta be.......

volume care

powerrun

ereader

resco explorer

destaller

pocket tunes

phone technician

mapopolis

Fugawi

butler

auto off

keycaps600.......................

dont think i'll start to list the games i love!!!!

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TCPMP

Security Levels app from Developers@

Sprite Backup

(Mmm, I was gonna number that list but it only wants to number the first line.....?)

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I'm not sure if they're "must haves", but these are what I'm using now. :)

Documents To Go

eReader

Flight Status

MobiTV

Moving Board

mVoice

NeatFreak (Uninstall & Cleanup)

Passwords Plus

PocketTunes

Ringo

SnapperMail

Volume Care

ZLauncher

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shameless self promotion:

spapps - WMP Remote :) *shy*

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shameless self promotion:

spapps - WMP Remote :) *shy*

Wow didn't know you'd ported that to palm os... :P :D

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Wow didn't know you'd ported that to palm os... :D :)

lol woops! My apologese! Just got soo excited reading the applications these people have... thought i'd mention mine!

no more keyboard handling for a week!

*hangs head in shame*

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Datebook5.

Yet to find any calendar app to match it.

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Datebook5.

Yet to find any calendar app to match it.

Memoplus

Tme Card 4.0 (wish I could find similar app for WM)

Zlauncher

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