Microsoft Tag - The Microsoft Tag mobile tagging system instantly connects you to more information and entertainment without typing long URLs or texting shortcodes. Simply snap the tag with your mobile phone, and Microsoft Tag takes you there
ZXingSymbian OS, Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, UIQ, BlackBerry, AndroidVersion: 1.7 updated Upload date: 12 Jun 11 Tags: System Utilities
ZXing(pronounced "zebra crossing") is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java. The project's focus is on using the built-in camera on mobile phones to photograph and decode barcodes on the device, without communicating with a server
LightCtrl is a free program Light Control keyboard and screen backlight control
Through this application you can manage keypad and display light of the phone. You can can turn off completely the keyboard light. You can specify at what time of day would work annex.
What’s New in LightCtrl v1
nAlertMe is an accelerometer-based freeware application that sounds a loud alarm when any movement is detected.
Press Options -> Activate alarm.
Then you have few seconds to drop your phone before alarm activation.
To deactivate alarm you must put your phone in defined positions sequences
MemoryUp Personal is a handy mobile RAM monitoring & boosting tool specially designed for mobile users. It is a lite edition of MemoryUp Pro, which will keep your mobile running faster and efficiently. It increases your mobile's performance by making more memory available for both your applications and the operating system
OxyCubeSymbian OS, Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, UIQVersion: beta 4 Upload date: 30 Nov 08 Tags: System Utilities
OxyCube- brings you the ultimate experience of managing phone or smartphone content and settings via PC. It continues the legacy of popular synchronization solutions: Oxygen Phone Manager I, II. Absorbing and developing all advantages of its predecessors, OxyCube has made a huge step towards simplicity of use
SysExplorer is yet another file and system explorer for the Symbian OS platform. Developing this may look weird as some other excellent - sometimes free - alternatives already exist on the market. However, none of those alternatives meet all of our requirements so we decided to go with our own solution