DoubleBit Software News
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
After almost 8 years of inactivity, DoubleBit Software is pleased to announce nothing new, and that
the website continues to look as crusty as ever. At least it doesn't look as bad as a Geocities website (yet).
IBM PC machines in the comfort of your own web browser. Here's an example.
If you're looking for Pocket TV Browser updates or new Pocket Aargon level packs, I'm sorry to report that development on those programs
stopped long ago. But why dwell on the past? Instead, dwell on the past! It's a lot cheaper than buying old
Monday, March 21, 2005
An update to Pocket Aargon (v1.05) is available (free for all
registered users), and some new
Level Packs are now available for purchase. Go to
Pocket Aargon Downloads for details.
Sunday, January 2, 2005
Pocket TV Browser users: If you're having problems downloading
listings from Evolve, and you live in North America, then you might want
to try the XMLTV service instead, courtesy of
Zap2it. It takes a
little more work to set up, but the listings are free.
Here's a link to
the Pocket TV Browser XMLTV Support page to get you
started. Note that you'll need to upgrade to version 1.77 of Pocket TV
Browser (available on that page).
Please Note: issues with Evolve's listing service are beyond our
control. If you're unable to download listings from their servers
for more than a couple days, or you have other issues with your Evolve account,
then you must contact Evolve at
Friday, October 3, 2003
Pocket TV Browser has
returned! Browse TV Listings on your PDA just like "the good ol'
We have partnered with
Evolve Solutions to provide dependable TV listings for your handheld.
Unlike "free" TV listings that come and go, you can try Evolve's service for 2
weeks at no charge, and then for a modest annual subscription fee of $10/year
(payable directly to Evolve, not DoubleBit Software), get the best
TV listings available for your handheld.
Visit the Downloads page for the latest
version of the software, and then sign up with Evolve when setting up
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