Z-Machine interpreter (Frobnitz for Palm OS) is needed to play this game! Converted to PDB with Frobnitz Palm 1.02 z2pdb.exe

Z-Machine interpreter (Frobnitz for Palm OS) is needed to play this game! Converted to PDB with Frobnitz Palm 1.02 z2pdb.exe

Z-Machine interpreter (Frobnitz for Palm OS) is needed to play this game! Converted to PDB with Frobnitz Palm 1.02 z2pdb.exe

FindHack is a replacement for the Palm OS® Find function. It is compatible with handhelds based on Palm OS 3.3 to Palm OS 5.x.

The new version 4.0 is a complete rewrite and works on Palm OS 3.3 through Palm OS 5.x. Its powerful features make ...

X-Master 1.4

X-Master manages PalmOS system extensions (aka Hacks)

HackMaster, developed by Edward Keyes in 1997, has been the de-facto standard for managing Palm OS system extensions that patch system traps (so-called ...

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FontHack 123 is a FREE font substitution hack. It needs one or several .pdb font files to be present in PalmPilot. Requires HackMaster (EvPlugBase, ...

This software for Palm OS is intended to help students of all levels that have class schedules and homeworks to better keep track of those.

The main form tells you right away which is the current class, which will be the next, alongside an ...

A simple DA for creating, editing and reading your memos in the Memo Pad database which means that everything is seemless between daMemoPad and the standard Memo Pad app

Requires a DA launcher such as DA Launcher ...

snapCalc is an extension that allows you to pop up a basic calculator from within any PalmOS® application, do some calculations, and, if you choose, copy the result to the underlying application. SnapCalc also allows you to paste a value and use it in ...

CardKeeper is a small application for PalmOS devices that have removable memory cards. CardKeeper helps keep you from losing your memory card by periodically reminding you if the card is ever ejected. For more details about CardKeeper, see the readme ...