» Contact Doctor
Keeping contact names neatly organized and formatted while meeting people on the go can be hard. No worries. Just call on the Contact Doctor for help. The Contact Doctor can quickly perform multiple capitalization changes to the formatting of Contact-related fields.
Choose to format in a combination of ways, including:
- Capitalizing only the first letter (John)
- Capitalizing all the letters (JOHN)
- Lower casing all the letters (john)
» Number Doctor
If you like the Contact Doctor, you?ll love his associate, the Number Doctor. This tool allows you to make multiple changes to the display format of phone numbers for your Contacts. No more worrying about having to go back and make sure the numbers look consistent (dashes, parentheses, etc.). The Number Doctor has you covered.
» Date Sweeper
Wish the purging feature provided in your Calendar or Task application had something more? We know the feeling, so that?s why we created Date Sweeper. Don't purge. Sweep!
Our Date Sweeper makes it easy to make bulk deletions. This handy tool not only saves time, but it also helps freeing up your device?s memory since it will no longer be cluttered with useless data.
» Heavy Lifter
How can a task that?s so easy to do on a desktop be such a challenge on a mobile device? We?ve been wondering the same thing, and that?s how Heavy Lifter came about.
It can be used to perform multiple changes to various fields and/or properties of your Calendar, Contact, Task and Memo entries.
» Tag Cleaner
Now you have a swift way to reclaim the Notes area of your Meetings, Tasks, Contacts and Memos. By using the handy Note Tag Cleaner, the tags (text created and referenced by Agendus) can be removed with one clean sweep.
Platform: Palm OS 4.0,Palm OS 5.0
Link to ToolboxToGo for Palm OS sample code
License: Free To Try
System Utilities::System Maintenance
Date Added: Mar 25, 2008
Last check for an update: Apr 20, 2017
Last version date: Mar 18, 2008
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Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Mar 23, 2008