Add advanced user input by allowing your application to respond to most buttons on the device. As developers, we can spend quite a lot of effort getting the flow right for our application to make life easier for our users. However, since the nature of Pocket PC devices is to make everything compact and small, the amount of screen space available for buttons on our application is rather limited. Rather than having layers of options hidden menus and screens, we can make use of the other hardware buttons on the device. The Sapphire Buttons Utility allows your application to identify if a button was pressed by the user. Based on what was pressed, you can perform a specific function or display a specific screen. It also helps you users from losing the application by accidentally pressing the button for one of the system applications.
||Free to try
Pocket PC 2000
Pocket PC 2002
Windows Mobile 2003
||Pocket PC/Pocket PC 2002, Windows Mobile 2003/Windows Mobile 2003 Phone Edition