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February, 2008

  • 27 February

    Gmobi, Google Talk Instant Messaging client For Java Mobile Phones

    Posted by Melky Gmobi, Google Talk Instant Messaging client For Java Mobile Phones - The Web2Mobi Gmobi, Gmobi midlet beta v.0.82.26 is a mobile client with features: – Google Talk Instant Messaging client for mobile phones. – Safe, direct connect to Google server via SSL/TLS. No intermediate servers. – Multiple simultaneous chats, easy to …

October, 2007

  • 29 October

    Morange Mobile Client v3.3.2 Java (Jar/JAD)

    Posted by Melky Morange Mobile Client v3.3.2 Java (Jar/JAD) - Morange connects all the dots in your digital life and brings ‘integrated experience’ to your phone. For example, you can chat with friends on MSN, Google Talk, read and reply emails, read blogs and news… all from this thin mobile …

  • 26 October

    TSMobiles: terminal service client Application For Java Mobile Phones

    Posted by Melky TSMobiles: terminal service client Application For Java Mobile Phones - TSMobiles is an essential mobile client based on Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) which allows you access to any Windows OS computer via Terminal Service or Windows Remote Desktop through your mobile phone.

July, 2007

  • 25 July

    Whoosh Mobile Email Client Application For Java Mobile Phones

    Posted by Melky Whoosh Mobile Email Client Application For Java Mobile Phones - Whoosh is a mobile email client that has been designed to be functionally similar to your desktop email program with; multiple pop3 accounts/ inboxes, outbox, sent items, address book, view/open attachments + photo capture for sending photo messages.To save on …

October, 2006

  • 17 October

    VNC2Go v1.2 JAVA – Free VNC Client Application For Java Mobile Phones

    Posted by Melky VNC2Go v1.2 JAVA – Free VNC Client Application For Java Mobile Phones - VNC2Go Java Application By Amichai Rothman VNC2Go is a VNC client (viewer) that runs on MIDP-enabled devices. It lets you control any desktop server running a VNC service, from any mobile device that supports Java Midlets, such as mobile phones …