Palm OS

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Palm OS (also known as Garnet OS) is a discontinued mobile operating system initially developed by Palm, Inc., for personal digital assistants (PDAs) in 1996.wikipedia
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Palm OS (also known as Garnet OS) is a discontinued mobile operating system initially developed by Palm, Inc., for personal digital assistants (PDAs) in 1996.
Palm developed several versions of Palm OS for PDAs and smartphones.

List of Palm OS devices

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Several other licensees have manufactured devices powered by Palm OS.
This is a list of Palm OS devices, and companies that make, or have made, them.

Mobile operating system

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Palm OS (also known as Garnet OS) is a discontinued mobile operating system initially developed by Palm, Inc., for personal digital assistants (PDAs) in 1996.
1996 – Palm Pilot 1000 personal digital assistant is introduced with the Palm OS mobile operating system.

Access Linux Platform

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In 2007, ACCESS introduced the successor to Garnet OS, called Access Linux Platform and in 2009, the main licensee of Palm OS, Palm, Inc., switched from Palm OS to webOS for their forthcoming devices.
The Access Linux Platform (ALP), is a discontinued open-source software based operating system, once referred to as a "next-generation version of the Palm OS," for mobile devices developed and marketed by Access Co., of Tokyo, Japan.

Graffiti 2

Handwriting recognition input system called Graffiti 2
"Graffiti 2 Powered by Jot" was introduced in 2003 as a revised version of the original Palm OS handwriting system Graffiti.

Pilot 1000

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Designed in 1996 for Palm Computing, Inc.'s new Pilot PDA, it has been implemented on a wide array of mobile devices, including smartphones, wrist watches, handheld gaming consoles, barcode readers and GPS devices.
A 512 kB ROM chip stores the Palm OS 1.0 and resident applications.

Personal digital assistant

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Palm OS (also known as Garnet OS) is a discontinued mobile operating system initially developed by Palm, Inc., for personal digital assistants (PDAs) in 1996.
HotSync Manager, for Palm OS PDAs

Access (company)

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Following Palm's purchase of the Palm trademark, the currently licensed version from ACCESS was renamed Garnet OS.
In September 2005, ACCESS acquired PalmSource, the owner of the Palm OS and BeOS.

Graffiti (Palm OS)

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User input is generated through the Graffiti handwriting recognition system or optionally through a virtual keyboard.
Graffiti is an essentially single-stroke shorthand handwriting recognition system used in PDAs based on the Palm OS.

Palm III

Palm OS 3.0 was introduced on March 9, 1998 with the launch of the Palm III series.
The Palm III ran the new Palm OS version 3.0 which featured a new application launcher, an extra font size, bug fixes, and other improvements.

Treo 650

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It first shipped on the Treo 650 in November 2004.
The Palm Treo 650 is a Palm OS-based smartphone, the successor to Palm's Treo 600.

Palm IIIc

This version was first introduced with the Palm IIIc device.
It ran Palm OS 3.5, the first Palm OS version to have native colour support and supported paletted 8-bit colour modes.

Palm Tungsten

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Palm OS 5 (not called 5.0) was unveiled by the Palm subsidiary PalmSource in June 2002 and first implemented on the Palm Tungsten T.
The Tungsten series was Palm, Inc.'s line of business-class Palm OS-based PDAs.

Palm V

It was introduced with the Palm IIIx and Palm V.
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Palm (PDA)

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Blazer is a web browser for Palm handhelds.
Palm's first PDAs ran the Palm OS, were smaller than competing handhelds, and proved to the industry that there was a market for a new category of portable computing device.

Blazer (web browser)

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Blazer is a web browser for Palm handhelds.
Blazer was a web browser available for Palm handhelds running Palm OS 3.1 or higher.

Graphical user interface

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Palm OS was designed for ease of use with a touchscreen-based graphical user interface.
The GUIs familiar to most people as of the mid-late 2010s are Microsoft Windows, macOS, and the X Window System interfaces for desktop and laptop computers, and Android, Apple's iOS, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile, Tizen, Palm OS-WebOS, and Firefox OS for handheld (smartphone) devices.

CLIÉ

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Sony added a library to support JogDial input available on their CLIÉ organizers.
The Sony CLIÉ is a series of personal digital assistants running the Palm Operating System developed and marketed by Sony from 2000 to 2005.

Palm Treo

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Version 3.0 is used on the Treo 600 smartphone.
Treos ran Palm OS, but later models also ran Windows Mobile.

Palm i705

It was introduced with the launch of the Palm i705.
It used the Motorola Dragonball VZ 33 MHz processor and ran Palm OS 4.1, it was noted as being the first Palm.net capable device without a flip out antenna and with an internal rechargeable battery, though only the third of the three models manufactured by Palm.

Handheld game console

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Designed in 1996 for Palm Computing, Inc.'s new Pilot PDA, it has been implemented on a wide array of mobile devices, including smartphones, wrist watches, handheld gaming consoles, barcode readers and GPS devices.
Tapwave Zodiac (2004) - First PDA/game handheld hybrid; Palm OS PDA with game-focused form factor and features

Palm VII

It was introduced with the Palm VII organizer.

PalmPilot

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Palm OS 2.0 was introduced on March 10, 1997 with the PalmPilot Personal and Professional.

WebOS

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In 2007, ACCESS introduced the successor to Garnet OS, called Access Linux Platform and in 2009, the main licensee of Palm OS, Palm, Inc., switched from Palm OS to webOS for their forthcoming devices.
Palm launched webOS, then called Palm webOS, in January 2009 as the successor to Palm OS.

Smartphone

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Designed in 1996 for Palm Computing, Inc.'s new Pilot PDA, it has been implemented on a wide array of mobile devices, including smartphones, wrist watches, handheld gaming consoles, barcode readers and GPS devices. Version 3.0 is used on the Treo 600 smartphone. Later versions of the OS have been extended to support smartphones.
In the mid-late 1990s, many people who had mobile phones carried a separate dedicated PDA device, running early versions of operating systems such as Palm OS, Newton OS, Symbian or Windows CE/Pocket PC.