Wellington, FL (PRWEB) December 18, 2007
DDH Software, Inc. is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the announcement of a major update to its HanDBase relational database application for Access OS (Palm OS/Treo), Windows Mobile Classic and Professional (Pocket PC), Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphone), BlackBerry and Symbian S60 devices. Version 4.0 includes a host of new synchronization features, a deeper level of security, and a myriad of user interface and database design enhancements.
True to HanDBase's long reputation as a leading innovator among mobile databases, the new version includes a wide range of new enhancements, including the ability to synchronize databases stored on a memory card. HanDBase also now includes a "Smart Date" filter that enables users to view data in ranges such as "This Week," and "Next x Days."
With data security risks such as identity theft and business intelligence loss, the security of mobile data is of utmost importance. HanDBase is once again in the lead with its tight, yet practical and easy-to-manage security measures. In addition to 128 bit Safer-SK encryption, HanDBase 4.0 now offers an inactivity auto-close feature and encryption password caching, with HanDBase optionally remembering and recalling passwords for subsequent saves/closes of the database. This feature reduces the likelihood of users entering an incorrect password when re-encrypting and is also far more convenient.
Versions of HanDBase that support custom forms (which now includes Windows Mobile Standard Smartphones) will find a host of new actions and features to make designing and using custom forms much more powerful. From adjustable form scaling on different devices, to the ability to make large paper-sized forms that scroll, to the ability to add images such as logos, backgrounds and even buttons, the list of new power and functionality is extensive. Finally, the addition of a forms design wizard in the newly redesigned HanDBase Forms PC Desktop enables the flexibility and sleekness of forms to be more accessible to even novice users.
"HanDBase 4.0 again sets the standard for mobile databases, with features deep enough for power business users in a wide variety of fields such as medicine, inspections, and education, yet easy enough for anybody to create and manage lists for their own needs," said David Haupert, president of DDH Software. "HanDBase is still the most flexible and inventive program available for handhelds - and it is always amazing to see the ingenious uses of HanDBase as users create their own mobile applications."
There are many new features in HanDBase 4.0 specific to each platform. Please visit the website to learn about the new versions for any particular smartphone or handheld.
Since first introduced in 1998, HanDBase has enabled owners of mobile PDA and smartphone devices to take their most vital information with them while on-the-go, earning numerous prestigious awards along the way. HanDBase allows mobile device users to store volumes of data that can be easily viewed, edited, filtered, sorted, and searched whenever needed.
Users can design their own databases from scratch or start from any of the thousands of free applets available at ddhsoftware.com - which have been created and submitted by HanDBase users.
HanDBase is available at the company's Web site, DDHSoftware.com, or through Handango.com, Palmgear.com and Smartphone.net in various versions based on the type of data synchronization needed. Prices range from $24.99 to $99.99.
About DDH Software
DDH Software, Inc., in business since 1997, is the maker of the award winning HanDBase database and forms software for Palm OS, Windows Mobile (for Pocket PC and Smartphone), Symbian Series 60 and UIQ, and now BlackBerry smartphones. Their software helps companies to mobilize corporate data efficiently and easily. They can be reached by phone at (561)459-4659. More information is available at: http://www.ddhsoftware.com