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Run Palm OS Apps On Windows Mobile

StyleTap has released a platform for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs that allow those devices to run native Palm OS applications. The program, which costs $49.95 after a 14-day trial, will allow the Windows Mobile OS to run thousands of Palm applications (those designed for OS 5.2 and earlier), with the programs running natively in Windows Mobile, not an emulator, which means they allow copying and pasting, among other normal actions.

StyleTap runs on Windows Mobile 5.0, Windows Mobile 2003, Pocket PC 2003 and 2002, with Symbian and Windows Mobile Smartphone editions in the works. Should be real interesting, running Palm applications on a Windows Mobile Treo. I am tempted to buy this to get more apps for my T-Mobile MDA.
(via Engadget)

November 6th, 2006 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Windows Mobile, General | no comments



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