iSiloXSymbian OS, Pocket PC, Palm, Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, UIQ, BlackBerry, Win CE, Smartphone, AndroidVersion: 6.04 updated Upload date: 21 Sep 12 Tags: Reading
iSiloX converts content to the iSilo document format for reading with iSilo.
What's New in This Release:
Version 5.18 adds the following new features:
· Added support for generating registration codes keyed to the device ID.
· Added support for generating 18-character extended registration codes.
Slick is messenger application for mobile phones. It allows you to chat with your friends connected though various online messaging applications.
Currently it is still in development, and alpha version is available for free for public testing
Skyfire is a free mobile web browser that allows you to experience the internet on your mobile phone exactly like on your PC. Now, you can use the full web from your mobile phone with unprecedented speed and simplicity without the typical restrictions and limitations that current 'mobile web' efforts offer. It's "The Web", not some mobile web
JabpLiteSymbian OS, Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, UIQ, Android, JavaVersion: 1.93 updated Upload date: 24 Oct 13 Tags: Finance
The idea behind JabpLite has been to write a sophisticated personal finance program in Java MIDP which will work on a range of devices including Symbian phones and the Blackberry. JabpLite has many features to help you keep track of your finances, for example:
Tub Thumper is a simple drum machine to play along to your favourite songs. To play, tap each drum on the touch screen in time and make up your favourite beats.
Version 1 features two drum kits, one acoustic and one electronic. Press menu to access the different drum kits.
Pro version coming soon!
0.25 - First release
Minesweeper is a mobile version of one of the most popular single-player logical games ever made. The basic gameplay style became a popular but minor part of the puzzle game genre during the 1980s, with such titles as Mined-Out and Yomp. Cube was further succeeded by Relentless Logic, by Conway, Hong, and Smith, which was available for MS-DOS as early as 1985
Twitli is a Twitter client for Android phones. Twitli is aimed at providing a maximum number of features while keeping the user interface easy to use. The number of buttons is limited: rather than putting "follow" and "direct message" buttons on the screen, Twitli gives access to these features by clicking a user name
aDialCode tells you how to dial to a city from another city. It runs on Android powered mobile phones with a minimum memory footprint. The intelligent quick-find technology enables you to pick a city from the built-in 1000+ cities list easily and quickly