|3-Lib||Steve Litchfield's site seems to have been around for about as long as Psion machines have been popular. Despite Steve's current leanings towards Palm machines, this is still a useful resource with a wide range of topics relating to Psion machines.
The history section is particularly interesting and there are also a few popular shareware software titles.
|All About Symbian||General information about Symbian-powered devices and a development section for OPL programmers, including a tutorial for beginners.|
|EPOC Chat||A good place to discuss anything related to the Psion / EPOC / Symbian scene. You'll often find me in here around 6-7pm UK time (GMT or BST) on Sunday evenings.|
|FAO : eLocust||Shows how the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organisation used to use PsiDat and RealMaps as part of its Desert Locust Information Service.
The program has been superceded by elocust2
|FAO : eLocust2||Successor to eLocust|
|FreEPOC||The most comprehensive site dedicated to 100% freeware for ER3-ER6 devices.|
|Neuon||How can any name so short, be so hard to spell? Neuon have a good range of very-high quality software; mainly shareware but a smattering of good freeware titles as well.|
|PDA Geek||Daily news about pocket computing, smartphones, and anything 'geeky' (though I wonder if these devices aren't mainstream enough now for this to be an inaccurate label).|
|PocketInfo||This site is also maintained by Steve Litchfield - an unbelievably wide range of ready-made datafiles and spreadsheets, most available for more than one device.|
|Pscience5||Martin Guthrie's website has a number of interesting articles aimed at EPOC users along with his Clock5 program and colour replacement icons for netBook/Series 7 users.|
|Psion Place||'The' active Psion forum.|
|RMR Software||One of the stalwarts of the Psion scene; affordable software and a good range for most devices. They are actively porting many of their ER5 applications over to ER6.|
|RealMaps||My own moving map and cartography software for SIBO and EPOC machines.|
|Symbian Devnet||All about developing for Symbian OS devices. Used to be the best place for OPL developers but now concentrates a bit too much on ER6|
|The OPX List||John McAleely's list of all known OPXs for EPOC ER3-ER5|