mr_vincent_01 | 5 Oct 23:27 2010
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Re: Android and Palm OS,

 

Hi Domingo

> There are several applications (iSilo, OliveTree, eReader) that I know have been ported to Android,so that helps with the idea of giving up on the Palm OS. But I absolutely must have an application like memopad(Memoleaf), that's the Palm program where most of my personal data is located. I have never seen an equivalent in any platform yet.

For Android, you could try wikimind-lite
0.13.0, freeware
(http://www.freewarelovers.com/android/app/wikimind-lite)

For Windows, Linux (Ubuntu, for instance) and Mac : http://zim-wiki.org/

Could you imagine a smartbook, like Toshiba AC100, instant on, with Ubuntu for arm and something like zim...

Mr Vincent

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Harold M. Goldner | 5 Oct 23:56 2010
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Re: Re: Android and Palm OS,

 

That was my concern as well.

Ultimately, I settled on B-Folders as the best alternative. It provides for
wireless synchronization with the Android handset and any number of
computers. (The license allows it on at least 3 desktops and one handset).
There is a 30 day trial, I believe.

Also decent are Note Everything (which provides for backup but not desktop
synchronization). Everybody raves about Evernote. I haven't been
particularly tempted, although I do have it set up.

Finally, you could use Google Docs, and sync with your Android handset via
Gdocs, but I really am not crazy about the Google Docs interface.

It's just not as simple as Memopad (and, for me on Palm "MemoPLUS") ever
was.

And, finally, I really find using Outlook's "Notes" feature entirely
unsatisfying.

Harold

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alanportman2002 | 6 Oct 15:29 2010
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--- In GtD_Palm-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org, "mr_vincent_01" <mr_vincent_01 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Hi Domingo
>
> > There are several applications (iSilo, OliveTree, eReader) that I know have been ported to Android,so that helps with the idea of giving up on the Palm OS. But I absolutely must have an application like memopad(Memoleaf), that's the Palm program where most of my personal data is located. I have never seen an equivalent in any platform yet.
>
> For Android, you could try wikimind-lite
> 0.13.0, freeware
> (http://www.freewarelovers.com/android/app/wikimind-lite)
>
> For Windows, Linux (Ubuntu, for instance) and Mac : http://zim-wiki.org/
>
> Could you imagine a smartbook, like Toshiba AC100, instant on, with Ubuntu for arm and something like zim...
>
> Mr Vincent
>
I use Dokuwiki (http://www.dokuwiki.org/dokuwiki) for documentation as well as a web page. There is a version that runs from a USB drive. I don't think there is a version for phones, but since it is open source, maybe no one has asked. You can see one of my installations here, http://theportmans.name/wiki/.

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serdgio2004 | 11 Oct 02:17 2010
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Android and Palm OS,

 

As an avid (ex) Palm user, mainly due to Win 7 incompatibility, I am always on the look for alternatives and I believe that nothing beats B-Folder as a solid replacement. Although it synchronizes between computers and Android phones, it still lacks some of the features I loved.

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