Electric Pocket's BugMe! Named by FoxPop
as an "Application of the Year" for PDA Users
Electric Pocket's BugMe! scribble note
alarm application for PDAs has once again been honored--this time as one of FoxPop's
Applications of the Year.
(PRWEB) FoxPop, one of the UK's leading
resources for information on mobile computing, has selected BugMe! Comics Edition as one
of its 2003 Applications of the Year.
BugMe! has been a commercial success in
the handheld computing industry, enabling users to quickly and easily handwrite notes or
sketches directly on the screens of their handhelds and set reminder alarms. By offering
BugMe! NotePack stationery templates to BugMe! users, Electric Pocket has further extended
the useful nature of BugMe!. BugMe! Comics is a series of humorous message packs and
features popular comic strip characters such as Garfield, Bizarro, Cathy and Ziggy.
Examples from the Comic Notes collection include a "To Do" stationery template
featuring the image of the popular Cathy character with her trademark pile of paper on her
desk, and an "It's Time" reminder note featuring a sleepy Garfield taking his
frustration on a dreaded alarm clock.
Elisabeth Liddell, the FoxPop reviewer
who awarded BugMe! as her choice for Application of the Year, tested the Pocket PC version
which works very similarly to the Palm OS and Symbian versions. "I use the program
for anything that needs an alarm, from timing cooking to reminders to set a TV program to
meeting reminders," said Ms. Liddell. "And I also use it often as a simple
note-taking facility - there is no need to set an alarm at all. This makes the program
even closer to the Post-It note!"
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