Use high-capacity SDHC and SDXC memory cards with your Palm OS 5 device! PowerSDHC breaks the limits of the original SD card specification, which was limited to 2GB in FAT16 format, allowing cards up to 2TB in FAT32 format instead. As of version 1.3, PowerSDHC is now free to all without registration!
Resco Explorer is an advanced file browser featuring a tabbed interface complete with colorful icons, “right-click” (tap and hold), and compressed file support. It also doubles as an image viewer and FTP client, and can directly open external apps for filetypes not recognized by Explorer itself.
ScreenShot is a simple background application that binds a physical hotkey or Graffiti gesture to capture the contents of your display in an image file.
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.
Device not working properly? No pin to push the reset button? Soft Reset is here to help, providing a software method to reboot your Palm OS 3.0 or newer device along with options to calibrate the display and/or launch a chosen application after reset. (Note that some options may not be available depending on your version of Palm OS.)
Use Bluetooth audio devices with your Palm! Softick Audio Gateway adds A2DP support to Palm OS, allowing audio streaming to standard Bluetooth speakers and headphones.
With devices spanning from the early 1990s to late 2000s, Palm used many different screen technologies. While the earliest models used simple black-and-white LCDs, this palette soon expanded to multiple shades of gray, then 8-bit color, then 16-bit and beyond. As a result, many applications became locked to a certain screen technology, and won’t display correctly on newer models.
The Tungsten T3 famously featured a sliding screen to switch between 1:1 and 3:2 aspect ratios, offering the best of both worlds between old and new apps. However, not all apps may correctly recognize the T3’s 3:2 mode and continue running in 1:1 mode even if the app itself supports the expanded resolution. The Tungsten T3 DIA compatibility update corrects this behavior in a variety of apps, adding proper fullscreen support while the screen is extended.