If you've got a Palm then you'll know how convenient it is as an information manager and for storing important stuff. If you work with databases on a regular basis, you can use your device to transport and view records wherever you go.
Palm Zlib is a piece of software designed to let you view CSV (comma-separated values) databases from your handheld. Though fairly basic in its interface design, the app allows you to quickly access any supported databases from both your internal memory or from any expansion cards it detects.
You can conduct searches for information within a database, and specify values or characters to look for. Searching is slow, but exhaustive. Databases are displayed clearly and can be easily scrolled through using the slider at the right of the interface.
I would emphasise that this is a basic viewer - there are no tools for editing data whatsoever, and you can't even beam data from your device.
Nevertheless, as a way of viewing data on the fly, Palm Zlib enables you to do so with minimal hassle.