Plusmo (Palm OS) is a free "offline" web browser and RSS reader for mobile device. If you're tired of waiting while browsing the web on your phone, try browsing using Plusmo. Plusmo channels content from web sites in advance, so you can read it instantly anytime, anywhere. There is no waiting since all the information is downloaded and locally stored on the device. There are also a number of cool "gadgets" that you can setup - these are mini applications you may find useful on your phone to find cheap gas nearby or locate the nearest Starbucks. Best of all, Plusmo is completely FREE!
· View Channels: Your favorite content delivered to you. Read the day’s news in pictures, view cartoons, catch up on your favorite gadget blog, get your dose of celebrity gossip, keep up with your local sports team, read movie reviews and lots more
· Use Gadgets: These are little utilities that you can personalize like traffic reports, weather, locate cheap gas nearby, find the nearest Starbucks, local events, movie reviews, search classifieds, search eBay and more
· Create your own: If you don’t find a channel, quickly create one at Plusmo and share it with every one. All channels are user created. It’s fast and easy.
· Lots of more features: Offline browsing even when there is no signal, cool image slider, easy-launch icon grid, add and remove your own gadgets and channels, built-in RSS reader, periodic synchronization, bandwidth customization, automatic client software update and much more
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 3.x, Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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