Apr 27 2009
Palm software for OS X was slow coming, but we finally have a decent set of freeware to include your handheld in the worlds most advanced operating system.
This is the first version compatible with Mac, and can be a very handy tool for putting graphics on your Palm. This conduit and application condenses PDF documents for viewing on your Palm. Although any PDF can be compressed and put on your Palm, OS X users will find PDF screenshots perfect for putting pictures on the handheld.
HandStory is a great ebook reader and picture viewer. The free version is a little limited, but still better than most free readers out there. Best yet, it has a Mac desktop application that converts text and graphics.
Now that we have ebooks and pictures, what more could you ask for? Well, below I have listed a slew of other items for Palm and OS X. EnjoyÃ–
This will allow you to sync mail from OS XÃs email application with your Palm.
This conduit syncs your PalmÃs date and time with your Mac. (If TimeCopy doesnÃt do it for you try ClockSync)
You guessed it; it syncs your Palm Expense with your Mac.
Opens Palm databases on your Mac.
That does it for me. Until next week, thatÃs Freeloader Friday.