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It's a Wrap: Kinoma Player for Palm OS

Fri Jul 16, 2010 - 2:50 PM EDT - By Annie Latham

Kinoma just announced that Kinoma Player 4EX for Palm OS, an app that was known as the "World's First Mobile Media Browser" back in 2008, will no longer be sold after August 1, 2010. the company said they were "ending sales and support for Palm OS products in order to focus completely on current phone OSs."

Since the launch of the original Kinoma Player in 2002, Kinoma has held a leadership position in mobile media technology. The platform first established in Kinoma Player lives on not only in Kinoma's flagship product --Kinoma Play-- but also in products from companies including Sony and Sling Media.

If you are a Palm OS user, here is what you need to know:

>> Kinoma will be ending sales of Kinoma Player 4 EX on 8/1/2010.

>> Kinoma will continue to offer support, including any necessary security and critical fixes, until 10/1/2010.

>> Effective 10/1/2010, Kinoma will offer only community-based support Kinoma Player 4 EX via their forum at

Also, note that Kinoma is also ending sales and support for Kinoma Producer for Windows and Mac OS on the same schedule.

Source: Kinoma


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