I use an iPhone for my only phone at home or on the road. The one thing about the device that takes the most getting used to is the on-screen keyboard. You do get used to it after a while, but I would be very hesitant to use it for anything other than the occasional email or text message.
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iPhone users who miss the ability to be able to type spreadsheets will be glad to hear that Softalk has a new iPhone spreadsheet application. The application is called Spreadsheet, has 50 different functions, and can be sent via the iPhone email to other people to be opened in Excel 2003 or higher.
Softalk CEO Simon Bates said, "The iPhone's popularity is growing rapidly as a business tool, particularly since iPhone 2.0 introduced Exchange compatibility, but up until now it has desperately lacked a spreadsheet application. We are glad to have been the first to have filled that gap."
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