Palm’s definitely not shy when it comes to releasing updates for its WebOS platform.
Less than one month after introducing WebOS 1.0.4, the smartphone maker has now announced the availability of WebOS 1.1.0.
Perhaps the most important thing WebOS 1.1 brings is the fact that it re-enables access to iTunes’ latest version (8.2.1) via your Palm Pre.
There are also loads of other improvements and additions, including enhanced Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) support, emoticons support, messaging & Web enhancements, and a new application (Sprint’s NFL Mobile Live).
You can view the full WebOS 1.1 changelog at Palm’s website.
Via the Official Palm Blog
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