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Webwag – Widgets on your mobile

Webwag Mobile is the ultimate mobile widgets engine to stay up-do-date and bring your online content directly to your fingertips, including: Preview your mails, read your favorites blogs and RSS feeds with images, get the current weather conditions and 6 ...

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Unyverse Mobile Wiki for Java phone

The Unyverse Mobile is a software application that you install on your mobile phone and which enables you to access all your information ,news or reference content like Wikipedia to your indispensable personal or company data, Unyverse makes it easy ...

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ONSPEED For Mobile Phones

ONSPEED Mobile is unique mobile phone acceleration software, which speeds up and optimises slow Internet connections and helps users control associated data cost.ONSPEED Mobile speeds up web browsing by up to 10x compared with your existing mobile web browser.

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Hiisi Suite 1.6.3

Hiisi Suite is a HTTP proxy server suite for mobile phone and PC that enables MIDP capable mobile phone to connect to LAN via bluetooth.

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InetTools TrackID For Java MIDP 2.0

The TrackID music recognition service records a short music clip from an external music source, and sends it over the Internet. You will then receive the song title, artist and album name, if available.

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TeaShark Mobile Web Browser

TeaShark gives you full web browsing on your mobile phone with superb usability and performance.TeaShark renders web pages the same way as desktop browsers. It’s no more mobile web with hardly any content. Your favourite sites are the same on ...

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PeerBox for J2ME Cell Phones

PeerBox Mobile is a appliction P2P (peer-to-peer) file sharing service for your cell phone. With PeerBox, you can share your music and video files in open P2P networks, downloading the files onto the cellphone and sharing the files with other ...

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Opera Mini 4 beta

Opera Mini is a fast and easy alternative to Opera’s mobile browser, allowing users to access the Web on mobile phones that would normally be incapable of running a Web browser. This includes the vast majority of today’s WAP-enabled phones.

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