Pocket Informant

An innovative way of handling your tasks, calendars and contacts

Pocket Informant replaces your built in Contacts / Calendar / Tasks applications with more powerful, yet simple, full featured versions along with cool additions in one fully integrated application. This means that it syncs with Outlook and ActiveSync, or third party Sync solutions. View full description

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Pocket Informant replaces your built in Contacts / Calendar / Tasks applications with more powerful, yet simple, full featured versions along with cool additions in one fully integrated application. This means that it syncs with Outlook and ActiveSync, or third party Sync solutions.

Despite its robust features, Pocket Informant is very easy to use. Features are designed to be quickly accessible, without being in the way.

Pocket Informant can manage simple appointments and tasks and grow with your needs to handle even the most complex situations. Pocket Informant is designed as a turnkey solution - with no advanced setup or steep learning curve.

Pocket Informant replaces your built in Contacts / Calendar / Tasks applications with more powerful, yet simple, full featured versions along with cool additions in one fully integrated application. This means that it syncs with Outlook and ActiveSync, or third party Sync solutions.

Despite its robust features, Pocket Informant is very easy to use. Features are designed to be quickly accessible, without being in the way.

Pocket Informant can manage simple appointments and tasks and grow with your needs to handle even the most complex situations. Pocket Informant is designed as a turnkey solution - with no advanced setup or steep learning curve.

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— User reviews — about Pocket Informant

  • cchiang12

    by cchiang12

    "Nice calendar, contact, task replacement."

    Pocket Informant is an excellent program to replace the current under powered pocket pc window calendar, contact, and ta... More.

    reviewed on December 11, 2005