30 (Must Have) Softwares for Pocket PC
Pocket PC was once just for basic functions like email checking, browsing, appointments and reminder, ,etc but over the years it has gone way more useful. This palm size gadget is now capable of performing mostly everything you can do on a PC or laptop.
If you’ve just got yourself a new Pocket PC and getting all excited about it or in case you’re looking for more software to make your Pocket PC more useful, here are some must-have software worth installing (or at least a try) for a Pocket PC. Full list after jump.
NetFront Browser supports almost any OS and CPU and offers low power consumption, easy customization, and a broad range of plug-ins.
Flash Video Bundle & TCPMP
QuickMenu is a start-menu stronger than Smallmenu, it is from China, now you can try the English version.
Foxit Reader for WM
Foxit Reader allows users to easily view a variety of PDF documents and find texts inside PDF documents.
Symbian S60 3rd Edition
fring™ is a mobile internet service & community that enables you to access & interact with your social networks on-the-go, make free calls and live chat with all your fring, Skype®, MSN® Messenger, Google Talk™, ICQ, SIP, Twitter, Yahoo!™ and AIM®* friends using your handset’s internet connection rather than costly cellular airtime minutes.
Yahoo! Go 3.0b
Yahoo! Go 3.0 connects your device to Yahoo! services in real time.
PuTTY is a free SSH client developed by Simon Tatham
SmartMovie is a video player for your mobile device, with counterpart PC converter utility. With the converter, you may prepare any video clip for playback on your mobile device.
LCG Jukebox is music player for mobile devices, that is designed to suit all your music listening desires.
VirtualRadio connects to the Internet through your mobile phone operator’s network and links to more than 1’200 radio stations from all over the world.
Mobile GMaps is a FREE application that displays maps from Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Windows Live Local (MSN Virtual Earth), Ask.com, Open Street Map and other sources on Java J2ME-enabled mobile phones, PDAs and other devices.
Calc works much like a good old HP calculator with RPN logic, but the stack has 16 elements and you can see many of the elements on the stack simultaneously.
This program turns your mobile into a cool spy cam