First off, we'd like to thank Karasu for giving us a heads up on this news bit. We gotta say, it's guys like you that really help us keep the 'updates' in pspupdates, so muchos kudos to you my man. So anyway, now that due credit has been given, let's get to the release at hand.
Reefbarman has just updated his PSP Super Portable Calendar (a.k.a. pSPC) to Beta 2, adding tons of new features and changes from what you've seen in his Beta 1 release. New to this app? As you can probably tell from the image and the app's name, it's a homebrew app for the PSP which allows you to have a personal organizer/planner right on your PSPs.
Got that? Good. Now let's move on to the new stuff Reefbarman added to his pSPC:
* Diary/Note entries that can be saved/deleted to/from the Memory Stick
* Keyboard System for Text input under note entry
* Icons to display if note entry or similar is available on a certain date
* Right hand Menu System
For more information on pSPC, such as installation instructions and controls, make sure you check out the all-important readme, alrighty?
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