Friday, February 29, 2008

Cellphone J2ME Applications

So, I found a couple of sweet J2ME applications for my cellphone.

Please note, some of these applications may result in data charges, and I can't be held responsible for that. ;) Now onto the fun stuff!

MidpSSH

MidpSSH is an SSH and Telnet client for MIDP 1.0 / 2.0 (J2ME) devices such as Java(tm)-capable cellphones and other mobile devices. MidpSSH is available here.

Floyd SSH

MidpSSH is based upon Floyd SSH. FloydSSH is available here.

vlkgps

vlkgps is a GPS aplication for geocaching. It can hook up to GPS devices over bluetooth for tracking or leaving points. vlkgps source code is also available!
You can export and import the points or the tracking into these formats.
  • .csv file works in MS Excel
  • .kml file is possible to open in googleearth
  • .gpx file (with saved track) use some photoalbum programs
  • .loc file for geocaching.com
More information on vlkgps is available here.

amAze

amAze is a first of its kind free navigation and local search service. It is free to download and use and it contains wide coverage of maps including aerial photo in Europe, North America,Australia and parts of Asia and Africa. More information about amAze is available here. This one does uses data, beware.

TrekBuddy

TrekBuddy is a application for GPS navigation and tracking.
Lots of cool features. More information is available here.


Well, I think that this a good list to start with. I will add more when I find them.

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