Mobile GMaps is a FREE application that displays maps from various sources like Yahoo! Maps, Windows Live Local, Ask.com and Open Street Map on Symbian and Java J2ME-enabled mobile phones, PDAs and other devices
With Locify you can explore interesting places near you from Wikipedia, seek for geocaches, display map where you are (or you want to go), twitter your location, save interesting places from phone or web sync them and even navigate to them... and much more.
Locify is free application for common mobile phone
bbTracker is a simple application for mobile phones to create GPS track logs. It tracks ones movement and provides that data for later analysis. It is not meant as a replacement for full-featured GPS software that does display maps and do path-finding, but rather a simple tool that does one thing and does it well
Trekbuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver. It is designed to work with every Java-enabled device. It features capabilities such as: * GPS tracking and simple navigation * bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
Magic Wand is an application for tourists, which makes exploring a foreign city easier. It enables the user to identify a sight without a tourist guide book, but by using the mobile phone. The tourist just has to hold the mobile phone in the direction of the sight to identify it. With a keystroke, the name of the sight is shown on the display
OpenWIG is an attempt to develop a J2ME mobile application (midlet) with the same capabilities as Wherigo player. It achieves this by implementing Lua extensions used in Wherigo source files.
A list cartridges successfully tested with the openWIG player can be found here
Velox is a small piece of software which turns your mobile phone into a bike computer and enables you to record GPS tracks and upload them to the veloxgps.de website.
You can use this service to keep track of your tours, to exchange tracks with other users and to get some statistics like your travelled distance
SportyPal is an easy to use intuitive application for your mobile device. You activate it when you start your running, cycling, walking, rollerblading or similar exercise. In two simple clicks it will start to log and map your position, movement, distance, tempo and calories burned