While most of us have forgotten about Palm OS by now – there are probably a handful of folks out there who still remember it fondly and has some apps lying around. Well, if you’re one such person with an Android device as well, you’re in luck. The folks over at StyleTap today announced the launch of its StyleTap platform for Android devices. For those of you not in the know, StyleTap is an emulator that lets users run apps written for Palm OS 5.2 and earlier, as well as programs that run on native ARM code.
While I don’t see much reason to use Palm OS apps over those found in Android except for nostalgic purposes, the option is now available to us if we need to. StyleTap is available now as a 14-day free trial or $49.95 purchase. Find out more.
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