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Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Stackz for Android
« on: August 13, 2011, 10:42:16 AM »
Thank you very much for your reply.
I'm waiting excitedly!!

Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Stackz for Android
« on: July 31, 2011, 07:47:46 AM »
 :'( ??

Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Stackz for Android
« on: July 20, 2011, 05:47:09 AM »
Hi, I'm still waiting for the release. Would be so happy to learn with Stackz again. I really miss it. Actually, I forgot so much since I don't have it on my phone. Are you still working on a Android version?


Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Stackz for Android
« on: January 08, 2011, 08:34:13 PM »
Decision was hard between Samsung Galaxy I9000 and HTC Desire HD. In the end I took the HTC.

Someone told me android is now on more devices than apple os. So it would be worth to support.

I'm waiting excitedly!


Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Stackz for Android
« on: January 07, 2011, 06:31:50 PM »
Hi Konstantin,

thx so much for your answer. I think I will do so.
Can you tell us how long we have to wait?
I mean, is it weeks, months or years?  ;D

With kind regards

Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Stackz for Android
« on: January 07, 2011, 02:44:22 PM »
My WM6.5 worked fine with stackz, but now it's broken and I'm about to get a new one, which will be certainly with android, because WM7 doesn't support stackz as far as I know, so android seems to me the better choice.

Can we expect an android version soon, or do I have to look for something else than stackz?

I love stackz, I learned almost every day for years with stackz, and I have thousands of self made stackz-cards, so I would be very happy, if I could continue as soon as possible.

I have the HD 2 now more than 3 months and Stackz works fine. The larger screen is really helpful. You can't use the hardware buttons any more, that's the only thing I miss. But even when the buttons take away a part of it, the screen is bigger than on my old device. Ah, and sometimes I miss the stylus, when I want to move the lines in List View, but I don't need that very often, and you can get used to that by practise.

To say something more positive, Stackz works very fast on the HD 2. Much faster than on my old device. That's really fun. To scroll with the fingertips is very easy if you get used to it. Maybe it would be smart, if you could get to the next card by gesture in Test Modus, like similar functions in the calendar or other applications running on WM 6.5.

Thank you very much! I'm still struggling between the 2 devices, but I will buy one of them soon and tell you how stackz "feels" on it here.

Hi Konstantin,

thank you very much for taking the time. It helps a lot!

But since the HTC HD2 has a bigger screen resolution you may find some PocketStackz icons a bit too small.

Are you sure about that? I thought a bigger screen would be helpful, and as far as I see, HTC HD2 has the same resolution as HTC Touch HD:

HD2: 4.3-inch Capacitive touch screen Resolution: 480 X 800 WVGA vs.
Touch HD: 3.8-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen with 480 x 800 WVGA resolution

If the Icons are too small it must be hard to work accurately without a stylus.

Yours sincerely

Hi Konstantin,

thank you very much for your reply.

I'm struggling between HTC HD2 (4,3", no stylus, WM 6.5) and HTC Touch HD (3,8", stylus, WM 6.1). Which one would be better for Stackz?

Are you sure Stackz is running on the capacitive display of the HD2? It's quite expensive, so I only want to buy it if it works.

With kind regards

PocketStackz / PocketStackz on Smartphone with WM 6.5 or upcomimg WM 7
« on: January 22, 2010, 10:53:16 PM »

I'm still learning every day on my FSC Pocket-Loox 720 and it's great, but it's getting pretty old and already has some minor bugs. I'm looking for a new hardware.

I want to buy one of these WM devices:

HTC Touch HD
Sony Ericsson X2
Samsung Omnia II I8000

Will run PocketStackz on these Smartphones with WM 6.5?
Will the hardware buttons work?

Note that the HTC HD 2 has no stylus (which I use often) and a capacitive display like the iPhone. It's the first and only WM-device with that display on the market. It has fantastic 4.3" size and I think that would be very helpful for small Japanese characters. Will PocketStackz run on it?

I tend a bit to the older HTC Touch HD, because it has a stylus, and without it I would miss the Kanji handwriting recognition very much.

As for WM 7, it will be available perhaps in the second half of this year, but only capacitive displays will be supported, so from now-on-market devices only the HTC HD 2!

PocketStackz / Re: PocketStackz 2006 released!
« on: April 14, 2006, 10:37:17 AM »
Thank you! Works fine.

The results of my "paintings" still aren?t very beautiful, but that?s another problem. It?s good to have this option and now it?s much better than before.

With kind regards,


PocketStackz / Re: PocketStackz 2006 released!
« on: April 13, 2006, 02:01:08 PM »

where do I get the new version with the bigger writing panel? Just Download everything again? If yes: Will everthing else be the same after the Download?

Thx atomu

PocketStackz / Re: PocketStackz 2006 released!
« on: April 06, 2006, 12:37:01 PM »
-I use the paint panel all the time to check if I remember correctly how to write the kanji, but it is indeed very small.
Meanwhile I?ve given up working with that panel at all. It?s too small indeed.

If we could write on any part of the screen this would be great! (like transcriber)
That would be really great.

I?m still enthusiastic with the programm. I use it every day and everywhere.  :)

General Discussion / Re: Do you still use paper flashcards?
« on: March 10, 2006, 01:40:35 PM »
I?ve produced more than 2000 handwritten paper flashcards before I started  with Stackz 3 weeks ago. I still use them. They?re a kind of treasure to me, so I?ll never throw them away.

But since I use Stackz, I don?t produce any new papercards. Maybe I?ll continue one day. Depends on the experiences with Stackz...

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