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iNoah 1.0

Thu Jul 15, 2004 - 12:32 AM EDT - By Michael Ducker

Having a dictionary on your Treo can be a very useful feature, however they often take more space on your Treo's measly 24 MB than one would want. One could use a website such as dictionary.com to look up a words definition through Blazer, but that process is not as simple as using a built in application.

Today, ArsLexis announced iNoah 1.0, a 63 KB Treo optimized application that through the Treo's wireless internet connection offers definitions to more than 140,000 words. It is a simple application that allows users to find simple definitions of almost any word. Features include the ability to copy and past words into the Palm OS's clipboard, bookmarking of interesting words, display customization, and full 5-way navigator support on the Treo 600. iNoah costs $19.95 and is available now.

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