Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmySAccess, the company that licensed the Palm OS 5 source code, has just finally gotten around to releasing a next-gen version of the OS. Called ALP 3.0, the Linux-based OS looks a whole lot like a next-generation Palm OS should, with smooth transitions, animations and apparently accelerometer support. An ALP mini version is available now, targeted at low-end smartphones and embedded devices, but there's no street date for regular ALP 3.0 yet. Can Palm get its hands on this to embed in its next-gen phones? If it pays up to Access, sure it can. [Access via Palm Info Center via Phone Scoop via Mobile Burn]

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS

Access ALP 3.0 Palm OS Successor Finally Shown Off, Looks PalmyS