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Agendus for Windows Mobile Version 3.4

Fri May 15, 2009 - 6:26 AM EDT - By Jennifer Chappell

We reported earlier this week that iambic had released an updated version of their Agendus for Palm OS. Today, iambic has announced that Agendus for Windows Mobile version 3.4 is now available.

Agendus enhances, integrates, and extends the built-in Windows Mobile PIM applications (Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks) allowing users to get things done quickly and efficiently when on the go, on their touchscreen and non-touchscreen Windows Mobile phones.

Built from the ground up with the inter-relatedness of the various functions in mind, Agendus includes many indispensable features such as numerous views, advanced contact searching, contact history tracking, address mapping and directions integration, weather forecasts, stock quotes, and much more.

New in Version 3.4:

  • Month View Clocks: Corrected the inability to see the numerical portion of a date when an event (clock) was present.
  • Tasks: Addressed alarm dates on repeating tasks not adjusting along with the regenerated task upon marking complete.
  • PowerSearch 411: Restored the "City" field which was inadvertently removed in the previous update.
  • Meetings: Corrected changing a "Timed" meeting to a "No Time" meeting remaining "Timed" after saving.
  • Resoved a stability issue when attempting to create a new Call if using Pocket Outlook edit dialogs.

You can get Agendus for Windows Mobile (Standard Edition - $19.95) here and the $24.95 Professional Edition here. Of course you can always download the Free trial and give it a test run first to see how you like it.

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