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  • Journal application for Palm?

    I recently bought a Palm Z22 and am disappointed it doesnt have a simple journal application, for keeping a diary and making daily notes.

    Does anyone know of a good application for Palm for this?

  • #2
    I'm pretty sure the de-facto standard here is Daynotez by Natara.
    HTH

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    • #3
      A free journal with password protection - 'Life As I See It' by Canuck software, http://canuck-software.ca/.

      I'm not a user, but it looks clean and the price, as they say, is right...

      - MB

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      • #4
        DateBook 5 (comes with Journal feature)

        Another alternative is DateBook5 which replaces the standard palm calendar with a more powerful one. It contains a journal feature plus a lot of other useful features. Well worth the price.

        Datebook 5 is available from: www.pimlicosoftware.com

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        • #5
          Thanks

          Thanks for your recommendations.

          The "Life as I see it" application looks good. The only problem is that it doesn't seem to have a desktop version to use - which would be good for convenience and backup.

          Daynotez looks good and also has a desktop version. I've yet to try Datebook5 but it looks interesting.

          Thanks again.

          Tom

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tominperu
            Daynotez looks good and also has a desktop version. I've yet to try Datebook5 but it looks interesting.
            Tom
            Hi Tom,

            Agendus Pro 11 also has a Journaling option. Maybe you should check that one out too.

            Fk

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            • #7
              I use Note Studio for my GTD system, and the freeform style lends itself well to journaling for me.

              -- Tammy

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