orb3000 · Jul 20, 2010 at 09:00 pm

JZ SmartMort Updated

For those of you following the development of this great tool posted back in February, XDA member JZ SmartMort just updated it to version v1.6.9.
SmartMort gives some extra capabilities to Windows Mobile devices, such as copy, paste, clipboard, URL history, and multi-browser support, just to mention a few.
The new version includes the following changes:

  • Added uZard Browser 2.0.3.12 WMV Beta support
  • Added ability to minimize all applications before JZBrowser is launched. Panoramic moTweets is an example of a program that might need this feature.
  • Verified new BOLT 2.02 support
  • Improvements to JZ SmartMort update checking function

Originally posted by JZ SmartMort
[APP] JZ SmartMort -Copy/Paste- Opera Mini & Mobile, NetFront, Skyfire, Iris & MORE!
I had some issues with user-friendliness of a Windows Mobile SmartPhone. No copy/paste, no clipboard history, no way to choose a default browser. To supplement this I kept increasing the functionality of my personal little script coded in MortScript. JZ SmartMort is a simple productivity tool for any Windows Mobile user. The software is my attempt to bridge the gap of missing features like:

You can find more information in the application thread.


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