Syware releases Visual CE support for Windows mobile devices

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Syware (, a developer of mobile database development tools for business and personal productivity, announced a release of Visual CE that supports Windows Mobile devices
without touchscreens, such as the Motorola Q and Samsung BlackJack.
The database development software makes it easy to build applications for all types of Windows Mobile devices: Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition and now,
Smartphone, the company says.

Since it was first introduced in 1996, Visual CE, with its drag-and-drop desktop development environment, has enabled both business professionals and developers to easily create
feature-rich data-centric applications for Windows Mobile touchscreen devices with little or no programming, the company says. With this release, Visual CE can be used to create applications for all Windows Mobile devices, even if they do not have a touchscreen. Developers can create a single application that, with only minor modifications, can run on all Windows Mobile devices, including the Motorola Q, the Samsung Blackjack, the HP I-Mate, the Dopod StrTrk S300, and the HTC MteoR, Smartphones promoted by Verizon, Sprint,
T-Mobile, Cingular, Rogers, AT&T, O2, Vodafone, Orange, Nokia, and

Visual CE Personal Edition, with full forms design, relational database, and synchronization capabilities, is $129. Visual CE Professional Edition, which includes all the features of the Personal Edition as well as royalty-free distribution rights, is $399.