Handy Day application for Sony Ericsson P800 gives you an overview of the daily appointments and tasks in a single view.
Handy Day is fully integrated with the main applications in Sony Ericsson P800: Calendar, Tasks, and Messages. It shows all today?s upcoming appointments, events, tasks, and new messages. You can view that information sorted by the following categories: All, Business, and Personal.
You can quickly access your information on the phone directly from Handy Day without having to navigate to a specific application, such as Calendar or Messages. Just click on the appropriate item (for example, an appointment) to go to the related application and view item details.
With Handy Day you can easily create new items in the main applications in Sony Ericsson P800. Just click the 'New' button and choose what you would like to create: Call, SMS, MMS, E-mail, Contact, Task, and etc.
By pressing the 'Task list' button you can manage the applications running on your phone. You can see the list of running applications. You can also switch to, close or kill any running application.
Initially Sony Ericsson P800 has only 5 system shortcuts at the top of the screen, which is not enough. Handy Day gives you 6 more customizable application shortcuts at the bottom of the screen in addition to the system ones. You can configure them in the ?Preferences? dialog.
Handy Day also has many additional features. It shows the current date and time. Just click on the date to view the month calendar. Click on the time to set current date and time.
Tip: To have Handy Day close at hand, we recommend you to add it to the list of the system shortcuts at the top of the screen. You can do it in the 'Preferences' dialog in 'Applications' program of Sony Ericsson P800. Then you will be able to run the application simply by clicking on the Handy Day shortcut at the top of the screen.
Handy Day program interface is available in English, German, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Finnish, Portuguese, Dutch, Hungarian, Swedish, Greek, French, and Spanish.