SkinUI is a free system modification for skinning the Palm OS user interface and adding optional effects such as fade or slide animations to panels and tooltips.

The base package includes only SkinUI itself. Additional themes can be installed ...

Cosmetically changes the year displayed by the DateTemplateToAscii() function as a mitigation for the infamous PalmDay calendar limitation.

As of now, this patch only affects Palm OS >= 3.5 and < ...

Open 2sky is a full-featured planetarium application for Palm OS, released as open source by Kevin S. Polk in 2010.

Some of its features include:

  • Star catalogs up to magnitude 11 (and smaller catalogs for devices with limited ...

Pocket Quicken 1.01 for Palm OS (CD)

Requires Palm Desktop 2.0 or greater, and Quicken 99 or 2000.

Registration Code: 11264334

Power up the phasers and photon torpedoes and Fire! Rise though the ranks and upgrade your starship while you wage war against your enemies. This is a fun and addictive space combat game that you can play against the simulator or with your ...

TinyLogo is a programming language and program execution environment for the Palm handheld computer. It is especially friendly to beginning programmers or people who just want to get a simple idea of what programming is all about. Once TinyLogo is ...

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ThoughtMill is a highly versatile program that allows you to take better, more detailed notes. Lists, checkboxes, and folders are all available for you to get better organized. ThoughtMill also can export your notes to the default Memo Pad application ...

MobiPocket Reader is a multi-platform ebook and dictionary viewer. It supports both Mobi (.mobi) and PalmDoc (.prc; .pdb) formats, including DRM-protected content. A desktop application is included for viewing ...

Zap! is a top-down arcade shoot-em-up in space featuring numerous enemies and bosses to contend with across multiple levels. Its first iteration, simply titled Zap!, was first published in 1999 for Palm OS 3.x devices, but later received a full-color ...