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Old 08-09-2007, 09:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anything else out there similar to Pocket Day that I should look at? I like the layout of PocketDay and what it offers. Do not love the GUI. I am a new convert to BB from WM (never going back to that unstable, bloated POS).

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Old 08-09-2007, 10:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Anything else out there similar to Pocket Day that I should look at? I like the layout of PocketDay and what it offers. Do not love the GUI. I am a new convert to BB from WM (never going back to that unstable, bloated POS).

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If you're from the WM platform (as I am) you may be familiar with PocketInformant. It's not on the BB platform yet, but: Pocket Informant for BlackBerry

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only other thing is BBtoday, which is free.

it has a much simpler UI that i find to be easier to read, but also lacks in functionality (remember it's free). it cannot show future appointments as well as tasks, so i don't use it.

i use pocketday, the functionality is very nice!
but yes, i'll admit, it is pretty ugly... pd v5 beta, which should be released within a couple weeks, is a lot nicer, but still not anywhere near WM in terms of GUI.
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only other thing is BBtoday, which is free.

it has a much simpler UI that i find to be easier to read, but also lacks in functionality (remember it's free). it cannot show future appointments as well as tasks, so i don't use it.

i use pocketday, the functionality is very nice!
but yes, i'll admit, it is pretty ugly... pd v5 beta, which should be released within a couple weeks, is a lot nicer, but still not anywhere near WM in terms of GUI.
I use BBToday too. This is a great program. It does generate some wireless web traffic but you can adjust the frequency of the updates to your likings. Works pretty well overall
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Old 08-13-2007, 10:42 PM   #5 (permalink)
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tjk1, you mentioned PD beta v5, is it available for beta testing already?
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