Pleco is an extensive Chinese dictionary and learning tool for Palm OS 5. In addition to a massive library of Chinese <-> English characters and words, Pleco also features complete audio pronunciations and hand-written character recognition for looking up hanzi you don’t know how to pronounce or write in pinyin. For those learning the Chinese language and/or writing system, Pleco’s custom flashcards will help you practice reading, writing, and retaining vocabulary.
Rocket Mania is a classic puzzle game which places you in charge of a fireworks festival. Rotate tiles to connect fuses and collect bonuses on your way to launching as many fireworks as you can before dawn! If you can’t please the crowd in time, it’s game over!
Puzzles-In-Motion is a highly interactive, physics-based-puzzles application for the Palm Computing Platform. Minimum requirements: Palm III, OS 3.0.
Galax is a popular clone of the classic arcade game Space Invaders remade for Palm OS.
The Palm OS Simulator is a Windows desktop application for testing and debugging Palm apps and environments. This page features pre-packaged builds for simulating a Treo 650, LifeDrive, Palm OS 5.4 “Garnet”, and even the unreleased Palm OS 6.1 “Cobalt”, which was ultimately cancelled and replaced by WebOS.
AppForge Booster (later called AppForge CrossfireClient) is required for running apps created using AppForge MobileVB (later called AppForge Crossfire).
InkStorm is a Bluetooth chat and whiteboard application originally included with the Tapwave Zodiac. It allows sharing messages with up to 8 connected users either through handwriting or standard text input.
GTS Racing Challenge is a high-res arcade racing game from Astraware featuring pseudo-3D graphics. Participate in a single race, or take on the grand tour for a total of 32 races spanning across 8 unique locations.
ZLauncher is a highly flexible launcher replacement for Palm OS featuring custom theme support, making it possible to imitate the visual style of other operating systems or add a completely original look to your Palm device.