Pocket Life -Conway's Game of Life (aka "Life") is a mathematical toy which was discovered in 1970 and has been ported to almost every single kind of computer since then. I could not find a version for the Pocket PC, so I wrote one myself
YaRPNcalc - an RPN calculator for Pocket PC with big finger friendly buttons. It contains the usual decimal and logical functions as well as constants and conversions. Features:
- BIG buttons.
- Simple to use.
- RPN input method. Two line visible stack.
- Basic arithmetic operations
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Conversion of over 1000 units
Metric, English, and US customary systems.
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The SonarCE application is a real sonar based on Pocket PC device. It uses the internal Pocket PC sound system to detect echo from different obstructions. It is quite precise with error of 5-10 cm at distance of 10m in air. It can be use in air or in water but in case of water you need external microphone and speaker closed in water proof case
LifeGuide - A simple freeware bible-based guide to 'life' based on the sections you usually find in the front of Gideon hotel bibles. You can choose any of the dozens of different categories and feelings and will get a scripture that's appropriate to the occasion
Solun - is probably the best planetarium program I have seen on any PDA. Its database contains up to 5000 stars, 150 other objects, Sun, Moon and planets. It features sky view from any city in Epoc's built-in world time database
ResPhone has 3 main programs. One program is for calculating resistance in series or parallel. One program is for finding voltage, current, resistance, and power with 2 knowns. One program is for finding resistance based on the resistor color code
LemurPlotter is a powerful but easy-to-use graphing software for your Windows Mobile device. It will help you to plog different graphs and analyze them !
- Plot Cartesian (Y=F(x)) functions
- Adjust the resulted plot (zoom in and out plus dragging function)
- Analyze Function - Save Plot to bitmap (*