Windows Mobile Soft Digest Release 10

Let's get straight to the point from words, I can't wait to share with you the discovery of the Kinoma Play uber program (in fact, one of our readers told me about the program, for which many thanks to him). In recent years, such interesting applications for Windows Mobile come across infrequently. Although, what is Kinoma Play, a program or a set of services, is another question. So let's get started.

If you have interesting applications or games installed on your communicator that you think deserve attention, please send me the names of programs, addresses of official websites by e-mail ([email protected]), I will definitely tell you about them applications, if interested, in future digests. This ad block also applies to software developers - if you make a useful program or an interesting game, write to us about it.

Kinoma Play

  • Site: www.kinoma.com/play
  • Type: paid (there is a free simplified version of Kinoma FreePlay)
  • License price: $29.99
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (5.0, 6, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Even though countless programs have been created for the Windows Mobile operating system, there are only a few thousand, if not hundreds, of really high-quality and useful programs. With each new year, good programs appear less and less, so you have to be happy with what has already been released.

Kinoma Play is one of those programs that can take pride of place in the list of the most interesting applications for Windows Mobile. At least for me, maybe you will find this application interesting.

If we simplify the story of what it is, then the following explanation will appear: Kinoma Play is an application for playing multimedia files or content, call it what you want. This “content” includes music, pictures, photos, videos (streaming and non-streaming), podcasts, video podcasts, audio books, and so on. I think you already roughly imagine the main essence. Now for the details.

The application is downloaded from the official site and installed in a minute. The size of the installation file is approximately 1.5 MB. After installation, the application will require activation via the Internet. In the future, an Internet connection will also be required. It should be mentioned right away that Kinoma Play is primarily an online application, so it would be nice to have Wi-Fi on hand for your device.

The program interface immediately sets you in the right mood, so to speak. The application looks just fine, the interface is designed to the smallest detail and is convenient. The buttons and menus are large so that you can work with your fingers, and if you don’t want this, you can make them small through the settings. There are various animations when starting the menu, pop-up windows of settings, but all this is so unobtrusive that there is nothing to complain about.

Now about the possibilities. When you first start the program scans the device's memory for multimedia files. After that, all music, podcasts, pictures and photos can be viewed and listened to using Kinoma Play without using standard music players, album viewers, etc. There are not many settings in the Kinoma player, but what is there is enough to just listen to music or watch photos.

If desired, all scanned contents of the communicator can be viewed through the file manager, it also displays the contents of the My Documents folder.

The full version of the program (I installed only the simplified one) in addition to playing "audio" and viewing "photos" from the communicator also allows you to watch videos.

However, working with content on the device is only the first feature of the application. Another function looks much more interesting - online video viewing, listening to music, podcasts or radio, as well as viewing photos and pictures. Everything happens very simply, of course, if you have an Internet connection. There is a certain general directory Kinoma Guide, which contains various sources of multimedia. These are, for example, podcasts, such as the BBC, or radio (SomaFM and more than 1000 channels), audio books and much more. It makes no sense to list all the contents of the catalog, it's easier to download the application and explore the catalog yourself.

With the full version of the program, content (for example, a fresh podcast) can be downloaded to your device and listened to without an Internet connection.

Next on the list is support for services. Supported services include Audible (audiobooks), Flickr and Google Picasa (viewing and storing photos), iDisk, Live365 and SHOUTcast (online radio), YouTube, Orb. For example, you can enter your data for Google Picasa and work with the service using Kinoma Play, view uploaded pictures and, again using Kinoma, upload new photos or pictures to the server.

You can't download videos on YouTube (this is the party's policy), but you can easily watch any video from the service, both through the catalog and simply by entering the desired clip or video in the search. The search also works on all content that is located on the communicator.

In the full version of the program, it is possible to change the appearance (skins), the application works without problems in the background and when the communicator screen is on. The only negative I found is the inability to switch the program to vertical mode. However, this is not such a big problem. Especially when so many possibilities are offered in return, and at the same time they are perfectly implemented.

In addition to the ability to choose the type of game in the full version, online statistics and a table of the best results among all players are available. Perhaps someone will find this function useful.

Windows Mobile Soft Digest Release 10

Let's get straight to the point from words, I can't wait to share with you the discovery of the Kinoma Play uber program (in fact, one of our readers told me about the program, for which many thanks to him). Such interesting applications for Windows Mobile come across infrequently lately. Although, what is Kinoma Play, a program or a set of services, is another question. So let's get started.

If you have interesting applications or games installed on your communicator that you think deserve attention, please send me the names of programs, addresses of official websites by e-mail ([email protected]), I will definitely tell you about them applications, if interested, in future digests. This ad block also applies to software developers - if you make a useful program or an interesting game, write to us about it.

Kinoma Play

  • Site: www.kinoma.com/play
  • Type: paid (there is a free simplified version of Kinoma FreePlay)
  • License price: $29.99
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (5.0, 6, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Even though countless programs have been created for Windows Mobile, there are only a few thousand, if not hundreds, of really high-quality and useful programs. With each new year, good programs appear less and less, so you have to be happy with what has already been released.

Kinoma Play is one of those programs that can take pride of place in the list of the most interesting applications for Windows Mobile. At least for me, maybe you will find this application interesting.

If we simplify the story of what it is, then the following explanation will appear: Kinoma Play is an application for playing multimedia files or content, call it what you want. This “content” includes music, pictures, photos, videos (streaming and non-streaming), podcasts, video podcasts, audio books, and so on. I think you already roughly imagine the main essence. Now for the details.

Now about the possibilities. When you first start the program scans the device's memory for multimedia files. After that, all music, podcasts, pictures and photos can be viewed and listened to using Kinoma Play without using standard music players, album viewers, etc. There are not many settings in the Kinoma player, but what is there is enough to just listen to music or watch photos.

If desired, all scanned contents of the communicator can be viewed through the file manager, it also displays the contents of the My Documents folder.

The full version of the program (I installed only the simplified one) in addition to playing "audio" and viewing "photos" from the communicator also allows you to watch videos.

However, working with content on the device is only the first feature of the application. Another function looks much more interesting - online video viewing, listening to music, podcasts or radio, as well as viewing photos and pictures. Everything happens very simply, of course, if you have an Internet connection. There is a certain general directory Kinoma Guide, which contains various sources of multimedia. These are, for example, podcasts, such as the BBC, or radio (SomaFM and more than 1000 channels), audio books and much more. It makes no sense to list all the contents of the catalog, it's easier to download the application and explore the catalog yourself.

With the full version of the program, content (for example, a fresh podcast) can be downloaded to your device and listened to without an Internet connection.

Next on the list is support for services. Supported services include Audible (audiobooks), Flickr and Google Picasa (viewing and storing photos), iDisk, Live365 and SHOUTcast (online radio), YouTube, Orb. For example, you can enter your data for Google Picasa and work with the service using Kinoma Play, view uploaded pictures and, again using Kinoma, upload new photos or pictures to the server.

You can't download videos on YouTube (this is the party's policy), but you can easily watch any video from the service, both through the catalog and simply by entering the desired clip or video in the search. The search also works on all content that is located on the communicator.

In the full version of the program, it is possible to change the appearance (skins), the application works without problems in the background and when the communicator screen is on. The only negative I found is the inability to switch the program to vertical mode. However, this is not such a big problem. Especially when so many possibilities are offered in return, and at the same time they are perfectly implemented.

As a multimedia combiner, but at the same time as simple and convenient as possible, Kinoma Play fits perfectly. I'm trying to remember alternatives, but nothing comes to mind, except maybe SPB Online.

AbsoluTrix

  • Site: www.absolutist.ru/games/pocket/tetris
  • Type: paid, demo available
  • License cost: 150 rubles
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (2003, 5.0, 6.0, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Probably, it will be superfluous to put a lot of words into the description of this fun. Tetris is, oddly enough, Puppy, and Tetris in Africa, and this fully applies to the game AbsoluTrix. If you do not pay attention to the "strange" name and the ridiculous color scheme of the game, then you get a very high-quality toy, which has a variety of variants of the familiar Tetris.

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In addition to the ability to choose the type of game in the full version, online statistics and a table of the best results among all players are available. Perhaps someone will find this function useful.

Windows Mobile Soft Digest Release 10

Let's get straight to the point from words, I can't wait to share with you the discovery of the Kinoma Play uber program (in fact, one of our readers told me about the program, for which many thanks to him). In recent years, such interesting applications for Windows Mobile come across infrequently. Although, what is Kinoma Play, a program or a set of services, is another question. So let's get started.

If you have interesting applications or games installed on your communicator that you think deserve attention, please send me the names of programs, addresses of official websites by e-mail ([email protected]), I will definitely tell you about them applications, if interested, in future digests. This ad block also applies to software developers - if you make a useful program or an interesting game, write to us about it.

Kinoma Play

  • Site: www.kinoma.com/play
  • Type: paid (there is a free simplified version of Kinoma FreePlay)
  • License price: $29.99
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (5.0, 6, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Even though countless programs have been created for Windows Mobile, there are only a few thousand, if not hundreds, of really high-quality and useful programs. With each new year, good programs appear less and less, so you have to be happy with what has already been released.

Kinoma Play is one of those programs that can take pride of place in the list of the most interesting applications for Windows Mobile. At least for me, maybe you will find this application interesting.

If we simplify the story of what it is, then the following explanation will appear: Kinoma Play is an application for playing multimedia files or content, call it what you want. This “content” includes music, pictures, photos, videos (streaming and non-streaming), podcasts, video podcasts, audio books, and so on. I think you already roughly imagine the main essence. Now for the details.

The application is downloaded from the official site and installed in a minute. The size of the installation file is approximately 1.5 MB. After installation, the application will require activation via the Internet. In the future, an Internet connection will also be required. It should be mentioned right away that Kinoma Play is primarily an online application, so it would be nice to have Wi-Fi on hand for your device.

The program interface immediately sets you in the right mood, so to speak. The application looks just fine, the interface is designed to the smallest detail and is convenient. The buttons and menus are large so that you can work with your fingers, and if you don’t want this, you can make them small through the settings. There are various animations when starting the menu, pop-up settings windows, but all this is so unobtrusive that there is nothing to complain about.

Now about the possibilities. When you first start the program scans the device's memory for multimedia files. After that, all music, podcasts, pictures and photos can be viewed and listened to using Kinoma Play without using standard music players, album viewers, etc. There are not many settings in the Kinoma player, but what is there is enough to just listen to music or watch photos.

If desired, all scanned contents of the communicator can be viewed through the file manager, it also displays the contents of the My Documents folder.

The full version of the program (I installed only the simplified one) in addition to playing "audio" and viewing "photos" from the communicator also allows you to watch videos.

However, working with content on the device is only the first feature of the application. Another function looks much more interesting - online video viewing, listening to music, podcasts or radio, as well as viewing photos and pictures. Everything happens very simply, of course, if you have an Internet connection. There is a certain general directory Kinoma Guide, which contains various sources of multimedia. These are, for example, podcasts, such as the BBC, or radio (SomaFM and more than 1000 channels), audio books and much more. It makes no sense to list all the contents of the catalog, it's easier to download the application and explore the catalog yourself.

With the full version of the program, content (for example, a fresh podcast) can be downloaded to your device and listened to without an Internet connection.

Next on the list is support for services. Supported services include Audible (audiobooks), Flickr and Google Picasa (viewing and storing photos), iDisk, Live365 and SHOUTcast (online radio), YouTube, Orb. For example, you can enter your data for Google Picasa and work with the service using Kinoma Play, view uploaded pictures and, again using Kinoma, upload new photos or pictures to the server.

You can't download videos on YouTube (this is the party's policy), but you can easily watch any video from the service, both through the catalog and simply by entering the desired clip or video in the search. The search also works on all content that is located on the communicator.

In the full version of the program, it is possible to change the appearance (skins), the application works without problems in the background and when the communicator screen is on. The only negative I found is the inability to switch the program to vertical mode. However, this is not such a big problem. Especially when so many possibilities are offered in return, and at the same time they are perfectly implemented.

As a multimedia combiner, but at the same time as simple and convenient as possible, Kinoma Play fits perfectly. I'm trying to remember alternatives, but nothing comes to mind, except maybe SPB Online.

AbsoluTrix

  • Site: www.absolutist.ru/games/pocket/tetris
  • Type: paid, demo available
  • License cost: 150 rubles
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (2003, 5.0, 6.0, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Probably, it will be superfluous to put a lot of words into the description of this fun. Tetris is, oddly enough, Puppy, and Tetris in Africa, and this fully applies to the game AbsoluTrix. If you do not pay attention to the "strange" name and the ridiculous color scheme of the game, then you get a very high-quality toy, which has a variety of variants of the familiar Tetris.

< /p>

In addition to the ability to choose the type of game in the full version, online statistics and a table of the best results among all players are available. Perhaps someone will find this function useful.

Windows Mobile Soft Digest Release 10

Let's get straight to the point from words, I can't wait to share with you the discovery of the Kinoma Play uber program (in fact, one of our readers told me about the program, for which many thanks to him). In recent years, such interesting applications for Windows Mobile come across infrequently. Although, what is Kinoma Play, a program or a set of services, is another question. So let's get started.

If you have interesting applications or games installed on your communicator that you think deserve attention, please send me the names of programs, addresses of official websites by e-mail ([email protected]), I will definitely tell you about them applications, if interested, in future digests. This ad block also applies to software developers - if you make a useful program or an interesting game, write to us about it.

Kinoma Play

  • Site: www.kinoma.com/play
  • Type: paid (there is a free simplified version of Kinoma FreePlay)
  • License price: $29.99
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (5.0, 6, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Even though countless programs have been created for Windows Mobile, there are only a few thousand, if not hundreds, of really high-quality and useful programs. With each new year, good programs appear less and less, so you have to be happy with what has already been released.

Kinoma Play is one of those programs that can take pride of place in the list of the most interesting applications for Windows Mobile. At least for me, maybe you will find this application interesting.

If we simplify the story of what it is, then the following explanation will appear: Kinoma Play is an application for playing multimedia files or content, call it what you want. This “content” includes music, pictures, photos, videos (streaming and non-streaming), podcasts, video podcasts, audio books, and so on. I think you already roughly imagine the main essence. Now for the details.

The application is downloaded from the official site and installed in a minute. The size of the installation file is approximately 1.5 MB. After installation, the application will require activation via the Internet. In the future, an Internet connection will also be required. It should be mentioned right away that Kinoma Play is primarily an online application, so it would be nice to have Wi-Fi on hand for your device.

The program interface immediately sets you in the right mood, so to speak. The application looks just fine, the interface is designed to the smallest detail and is convenient. The buttons and menus are large so that you can work with your fingers, and if you don’t want this, you can make them small through the settings. There are various animations when starting the menu, pop-up settings windows, but all this is so unobtrusive that there is nothing to complain about.

Now about the possibilities. When you first start the program scans the device's memory for multimedia files. After that, all music, podcasts, pictures and photos can be viewed and listened to using Kinoma Play without using standard music players, album viewers, etc. There are not many settings in the Kinoma player, but what is there is enough to just listen to music or watch photos.

If desired, all scanned contents of the communicator can be viewed through the file manager, it also displays the contents of the My Documents folder.

The full version of the program (I installed only the simplified one) in addition to playing "audio" and viewing "photos" from the communicator also allows you to watch videos.

However, working with content on the device is only the first feature of the application. Another function looks much more interesting - online video viewing, listening to music, podcasts or radio, as well as viewing photos and pictures. Everything happens very simply, of course, if you have an Internet connection. There is a certain general directory Kinoma Guide, which contains various sources of multimedia. These are, for example, podcasts, such as the BBC, or radio (SomaFM and more than 1000 channels), audio books and much more. It makes no sense to list all the contents of the catalog, it's easier to download the application and explore the catalog yourself.

With the full version of the program, content (for example, a fresh podcast) can be downloaded to your device and listened to without an Internet connection.

Next on the list is support for services. Supported services include Audible (audiobooks), Flickr and Google Picasa (viewing and storing photos), iDisk, Live365 and SHOUTcast (online radio), YouTube, Orb. For example, you can enter your data for Google Picasa and work with the service using Kinoma Play, view uploaded pictures and, again using Kinoma, upload new photos or pictures to the server.

You can't download videos on YouTube (this is the party's policy), but you can easily watch any video from the service, both through the catalog and simply by entering the desired clip or video in the search. The search also works on all content that is located on the communicator.

In the full version of the program, it is possible to change the appearance (skins), the application works without problems in the background and when the communicator screen is on. The only negative I found is the inability to switch the program to vertical mode. However, this is not such a big problem. Especially when so many possibilities are offered in return, and at the same time they are perfectly implemented.

As a multimedia combiner, but at the same time as simple and convenient as possible, Kinoma Play fits perfectly. I'm trying to remember alternatives, but nothing comes to mind, except maybe SPB Online.

AbsoluTrix

  • Site: www.absolutist.ru/games/pocket/tetris
  • Type: paid, demo available
  • License cost: 150 rubles
  • Supported platforms: Windows Mobile Professional (2003, 5.0, 6.0, 6.1)

The program was tested on HTC Touch 3G (WM 6.1 Professional, QVGA)

Probably, it will be superfluous to put a lot of words into the description of this fun. Tetris is, oddly enough, Puppy, and Tetris in Africa, and this fully applies to the game AbsoluTrix. If you do not pay attention to the "strange" name and the ridiculous color scheme of the game, then you get a very high-quality toy, which has a variety of variants of the familiar Tetris.

Probably, it will be superfluous to put a lot of words into the description of this fun. Tetris - he, oddly enough Puppy Puppy , and Tetris in Africa, and this fully applies to the game AbsoluTrix. If you do not pay attention to the "strange" name and the ridiculous color scheme of the game, then you get a very high-quality toy, in which there are various versions of the familiar Tetris.

In addition to the ability to choose the type of game in the full version, online statistics and a table of the best results among all players are available. Perhaps someone will find this function useful.