What is the Mobile Edition?
The Mobile Edition is a mini-version of Interment.net designed
to be used on mobile computing devices (handheld computers), such
as those that operate the Palm OS or Windows CE operating systems.
You download the Mobile Edition to your handheld device, each time
you synchronize to it. Then you can take it with you whereever you
go. You don't need Internet access to use it.
The Mobile Edition is viewed using the AvantGo client application.
AvantGo works like an offline web browser. You tell it which sites
you want to download into your handheld device, and it grabs them
all, and stores them so that you can browse them whereever you go.
AvantGo is a free service.
|The main page.
|Newest cemetery transcriptions
What's available on the Mobile Edition?
The Mobile Edition is designed to provide updates of what's new
on Cemetery Records Online, and provide the latest articles and
news on The Cemetery Column.
- A list of the latest cemetery transcriptions on Cemetery Records
- The latest news of what's happening at Cemetery Records Online
- The latest articles on The Cemetery Column
- Visitor submitted tips pertaining to cemeteries.
Why would I want to use the Mobile Edition?
If you have a handheld computer such as a Palm, Visor, Clie, or
any of the many Windows CE devices, you can take the Mobile Edition
with you anywhere.
Imagine being at a restaurant, waiting for your meal. You pull
out your handheld, open up the Mobile Edition, and find out which
cemeteries now have transcriptions on Cemetery Records Online! Or
imagine taking a break at the library, and reading the latest articles
published on The Cemetery Column.
With a handheld computer, you can download the Mobile Edition,
and take it anywhere you go. And you don't need Internet access
to use it!
Are there any costs to access the Mobile Edition?
How do I access the Mobile Edition?
You need to have two things:
- a handheld computer, either running the Palm OS or Windows CE
- the AvantGo client application
If you have the handheld computer, you can get the AvantGo client
application for free.
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