EasyContacts is a smart address browser for PalmOS devices that imitates (and improves) the keypad of cell phones. It reduces the amount of work to reach a contact by grouping letters onto the same button, and smart guessing which one is correct. It's extremely small footprint and utility makes it suitable to accompany the standard address book in the ROM.
FreeCoins is an accounting program written in C++ for PalmOS. It features multiple accounts in multiple categories, scheduled/recurring transactions, split transactions, a proper (collapsable) account tree, double entry bookkeeping (similar to GnuCash), cleared/uncleared transactions, separate cleared/uncleared balances totals for the current account, current category, and all accounts in all categories, and the ability to add/delete/modify accounts and transactions to suit your needs.
PCash is a simple checking account and budget management application for PalmOS. It features multiple checking accounts, payable transactions to record future expenses or income with known amounts, budget transactions to record future expenses or income with estimated amounts, showing posted/reconciled bank balance, current bank balance, and a running budget balance, auto completion of party (payee, source) for quick entry of transactions, and automatically incremented check numbers.
PlanMyDay helps you plan all the activities that have to be done today. It imports the following entries from your built-in or extra applications: todos, floating events (timed and untimed), and user-defined events. You can assign the duration each of them takes and reorder them as you wish. PlanMyDay calculates (from a given start time) when every item should be finished. After you mark what percent of each entry is finished, the complete timetable is recalculated.
Quick Order is a realtime ordering system using Java Wireless HTTP Form. It uses J2ME libraries to submit forms to an HTTP server running PHP and MySQL. It can run on any embedded device that supports Java Wireless, including mobile phones and Palm systems. It is ideal for making orders in restaurants, point of sale (POS), etc. It supports English and Chinese Big 5 encoding.
Rambutan is a set of end-user applications software that assists a system analyst in the gathering and categorization of facts for a requirements specification document. In its current state, the product consists of two programs that perform similar functions. A handheld application is used to gather facts in the client's site while a desktop application is used to edit and further refine the requirement statements in the analyst's office. Both applications allow the user to enter, modify, and display data that make up a requirements specification document.