I'm quite sure that for some document types such as Word files DTG might be better, while for PDFs RepliGo seems to the best viewer so far.Originally Posted by Jay Levitt
I noticed that sometimes you have to carry two+ applications of the same type with you as one does one thing you like/need/want and the other does the other thing. That's not bad on a computer (although it costs more money there, too), but on a Palm device it can easily mean fuzzing around to find the right application for what you want to do (when you want to have a quick look), or cluttering a very much more limited amount of memory with things you sometimes don't even know about anymore (and file browsers for the Palm OS are - while available - far less capable of telling you which files belong to what).
What surprised me when I first started browsing third party applications was a much better designed interface for most of the programs that I looked at (this goes not only for 'small fonts vs. large fonts', where native applications only allow you large fonts and third party ones tend to allow smaller fonts for better overview; it's also nice to have e.g. a 3D interface with nice graphics - although that's a lot lower on my wish list for a Palm application).