orb3000 · Jan 21, 2011 at 12:00 am

PocketShopping for Windows Mobile Updated

Do you still on Windows Mobile OS? Well, you are not the only one since app development is still active and proof of that is the latest update of PocketShopping, developed by XDA member rublopez. Changes and fixes included on version 2.0.1 includes the option to save or load the shopping list if the files are in SD card, and the categories now can be deleted, amongst others. The application can be found for free in Spanish and English.
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Originally posted by rublopez
[APP][2010-01-06] PocketShopping 2.0.1

PocketShopping is a totally free shopping list software that allows you to maintain a master list of products you buy on a regular basis. The user interface is similar to iPhone applications, finger-friendly, smart scrolling, gestures and animation effects.

It requires .NET Compact Framework 3.5 or later.

I have attached the English language file (english_us.zip). If you want to translate the application to another language you can create it from this file.

The CAB file includes the following languages: English and Spanish. Also it includes the following languages with no all texts updated to v2.0: French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Norwegian, Greek.

Thanks to Thomas Gerber for his fluid control library and eboelzner for his Sense SDK library.

Changes of v2.0.1
– Fixed: it was not possible to save or load the shopping list if the files were in a storage card with special characters (dot, colon, etc)
– Fixed: the categories could not be deleted.
– Fixed: when adding a new product, the default measure type of the category was not put automatically in the new product.

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