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AreaCoder 1.1.5

Update the Area Codes in your Address Book


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  • Last Updated: Jun 5, 2008
  • License: Shareware $9.95
  • OS: Palm OS
  • Requirements: For Palm OS handheld devices

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AreaCoder is a Internet software developed by Stevens Creek Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for AreaCoder:

BrothersoftEditor: Give it the old Area Code, and AreaCoder searches through your Address Book and finds all the numbers with that Area Code. It doesn't matter whether the number has a "1" in front of it, or if the Area Code is in parentheses, or if the Area Code is separated from the main phone number by a dash, a slash, a space, or no punctuation at all; AreaCoder finds the numbers for you. Home numbers, work numbers, pager numbers; AreaCoder handles them all. If your home Area Code is divided, AreaCoder can even handle the situation where some of the phone numbers in your Address Book include that Area Code, and others are 7-digit numbers without any Area Code at all. And it takes up only 12K on your PalmPilot!

For maximum flexibility, AreaCoder provides you with three different modes of operation - interactive by name, interactive by exchange, and automatic by exchange. In some cases, you'll just know in "words" what's happening - "the Peninsula is changing from 415 to 650 while san Francisco is remaining 415." For this case, AreaCoder displays the name and city along with the phone number to help you decide which ones need to be changed. Just tap on the phone numbers you want changed, tap on the Change button, and the job is done!
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