The big reason for a person to buy a handheld is an ability to read from it. And read whatever you want – you can carry your whole home library and even more in your pocket.
With our TiBR family of Palm OS applications we provide you with this ability. Main differences between them shown in the table:
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Also there is a free PC application, TiBR Converter, that will allow you to convert books to Palm OS format.
Forty Thieves is a Palm OS version of the Forty Thieves Solitaire.
It is a very old and popular solitaire game that is known under many names, such as Napoleon at St. Helena and Roosevelt at San Juan. Its characteristics form the basis of as many as 100 or more other solitaire games. While it may not be the oldest game of its type, it seems to combine the standard solitaire elements in the best way and has come to be one of the most popular and important two-deck solitaires.
Please visit Forty Thieves homepage for more information.
Visit our solitaires portal SolitairesUnlimited.com.
You can play there all solitaires from our collection for free right in your browser window or you can buy any of the solitaires for your mobile device (Palm OS and Windows Mobile supported).
Solitaires Unlimited is a collection of 800 solitaires in a single package. You can find all popular solitaires in this collection (including Spider, FreeCell, Klondike, Pyramid, Yukon, Forty Thieves and others) as well as some new solitaires you have not seen in any other solitaires collections.