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   Mon, 28.02.11

BeTrains - journey planner for Belgian train travellers
BeTrains by Tim Besard is a planning application for Belgian train travellers. It allows you to easily plan voyages, view liveboards, and manage your favourite queries.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:53 in category

CSSU Features Configuration - GUI to conveniently change CSSU tweaks
The CSSU Features Configuration application by Christos Saturn is a user interface to the configuration of several parameters enabled by the Community SSU updates. It provides the ability to change a number of parameters in the transitions.ini configuration file using a convenient GUI.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:54 in category

Papertoss - famous Android timewaster now on Maemo :-)
Papertoss by Jamie Fuller is a Maemo version of the famous timewaster popular on the Android platform - simply send balled paper into the waste paper basket. The white arrow on bin shows you wind speed and direction.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:34 in category

SomePlayer - audio player with graphic equalizer
SomePlayer by Nikolay Tischenko is an alternative, advanced audio player with graphic equalizer for Maemo 5. Its main features include:

* MP3, FLAC, WMA, AAC, OGG, ASF, APE, WAV support
* Equalizer support. Predefined and users presets
* User-managed media library and file system support
* User playlists and dynamic playlists
* Playlist sorting (long tap on playlist in main view)
* FMTX support
* Bluetooth AVRCP support (Bluetooth headset control)
* Control volume or tracks with locked screen using zoom keys
* Auto-stop timer
* Auto-pause on headset unplugging
* Landscape, portrait and auto-oriented mode
* Cover search (on file system, not in Internet)
* Ability to control playback via D-Bus.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:29 in category

   Fri, 25.02.11

Cordia: MeeGo core based Maemo 5 Fremantle clone
Maemo community member smoku is currently working with others on a project called Cordia which is attempting to port the Hildon interface to MeeGo. This is not simply a clone of the Maemo 5 UI but a binary compatible version of the Hildon-desktop and interface.

Uses? Many, and very important and useful. Imagine a MeeGo phone from Nokia or Intel, but with a dumb UI that's not to your liking. With Cordia you could get your favourite Maemo 5 UI on it. Or even better: soon you will be able to flash your N900 with MeeGo, and with Cordia still have the familiar Hildon experience and Maemo 5 compatibility!

The current development version running on the SDK emulator can be seen here. The same version running on actual hardware (Lenovo IdeaPad - far more impressive performance-wise) is shown here.

It looks to be shaping up nicely and could bring the wonderful Maemo 5 UI to MeeGo if successful. Please check the full discussion at TMO for detailed information about the project and its progress.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 08:03 in category

   Thu, 24.02.11

Firefox 4.0 beta 5 released
The latest build of Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta 5 for Android and Maemo has been released and is available for download for the N900 here. This release was focused on continuing to improve stability and performance.

Firefox 4 Beta is faster and easier to use. You'll experience better responsiveness to panning and zooming, faster start up time and with enhanced JavaScript performance you'll see faster page load times. Major stability improvements have also been included in this release.

Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo delivers the Firefox experience to mobile devices, complete with the performance and customization users expect. It includes features like Firefox Sync, Awesome Screen, tabbed browsing and Firefox Add-ons, to create a personalized and effortless mobile browsing experience.

Now is the time to develop Firefox Add-ons for mobile, including restartless add-ons! Developers can use the latest Web technologies like HTML5, CSS and JavaScript to build fast, powerful and beautiful mobile apps for Firefox users worldwide.

Detailed release notes can be found here.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:03 in category

Qt ported to Android! No, NOT by Nokia...
Can you imagine? It only took a freelance Romanian developer to port Qt to Android. It's an early, initial release, but it shows already now that the mighty Nokia could have done it if they only wanted...

Necessitas is a Qt suite for Android platform containing the following components:

* Ministro - system wide Qt libraries installer/provider
* Qt framework.
* Qt Creator for Android.

For more details, please see this page.

Now imagine a scenario that Nokia went Android instead of Windows Phone, made Android their primary platform, but kept Symbian and MeeGo alive as their secondary platforms. With this (or their own) Qt port to Android, they could have had ALL THREE SYSTEMS compatible with each other, i.e. made it possible to run Qt applications not only on Symbian and MeeGo/Maemo, but also on their Android phones. Looks good? But that's NOT ALL. With the recently announced Myriad Alien Dalvik (Android's Dalvik Virtual Machine port) for MeeGo (and possibly also for Symbian - why not?) they could have provided compatibility of ALL THREE SYSTEMS also in the reverse direction, i.e. made it possible to run Android software on Symbian and MeeGo/Maemo... Three platforms, ALL OF THEM compatible with each other, both ways. With Android's and Symbian's market share of over 30% each, Nokia could have supported systems covering.... 70% (seventy per cent) of the market, or even more if they stayed committed to MeeGo and made it successful. Why instead they went Windows Phone, that isn't (and will not be) compatible with their existing platforms (which forces Nokia to ditch them), and has a market share of.... 3% (THREE per cent) is beyond my comprehension.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 07:44 in category

Brain Train Geo - educational game
Get your brain ticking in action with Brain Train Geo travelling from country to country to score the most points in the fastest possible time. Zoom in and out of all the countries of the world. Go through all the capital cities and wave all the worlds flags. Additive fun and education at the same time.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:24 in category

Hit The Monkey - hit monkeys when they appear on the screen
Hit The Monkey by Jiikoo is a simple and fun game where your aim is to hit monkeys when they come to the screen. Your game ends if you miss the monkey too many times.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:08 in category

Lights Out! - turn off all the lights
Lights Out! from Mihai Chiriac is an addictive puzzle game. Your task is to turn off all the lights - clicking a light bulb will toggle it and all its neighbours.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:50 in category

QWassr - Twitter and Wassr client
QWassr by Kimitake is a Twitter / Wassr client. It features automatically refreshed timeline, mentions, lists, search function and configurable font and colours.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:08 in category

Latitude Assist - SOS and alert tool
Latitude Assist from Extend Dev provides assistance to anyone who may be in an emergency situation: the application is to be used as SOS tool with up to 3 pre-configured mobile numbers. With this application, you can access different types of functionality including:

* setting the secured area for alerts
* speedy automatic alerts
* out of range geo-fence (secured area) automatic alerts
* find your location, including address and map.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:06 in category

Quassel2Go - IRC client
Quassel2Go is a modern IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client. Quassel2Go doesn't handle IRC connections itself. Instead, it relies on a separate component (the Quassel core). This means that you can have a remote core permanently connected to one or more IRC networks and attach Quassel2Go from wherever you are without moving around any information or settings.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:04 in category

Volume Control Daemon - sets headset volume to 100%
Volume Control Daemon by Paolo Iommarini is a daemon that monitors headphones volume and sets it to 100% (not 88%).
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:02 in category

Urban Dictionary client for the N900
PGZ Urban Dictionary by Piggz is a Qt interface to for the N900. Urban Dictionary contains 5,620,814 definitions written by users. Urban Dictionary has published user-submitted definitions since it started in 1999.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:00 in category

Techno Junky alerts when you move your phone
Techno Junky by Kurt Korbatits "plays sounds and flashes colors when you move your mobile".
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:58 in category

   Tue, 22.02.11

GOM Reminder - fast and simple reminder application
GOM Reminder by Tardigrada Ltd. is a fast and simple reminder system that gives you control over every aspect of the task. Define tasks at specific time and date or tasks that last for a set period of time. Add complex repetitions and multiple alarms for every task as well as create templates. This gives you very powerful features hiding behind a very fast and easy-to-use interface.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:47 in category

QtWeather - weather application based on National Weather Service data
QtWeather by Anthony Naddeo is a weather application written in Qt that pulls data from the National Weather Service. It shows basic overview for the upcoming days, a detailed view for selected day, and a screen with scrollable diagrams of temperature, wind chill, precipitation and humidity.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 08:16 in category

Another CSSU (community update) now available
Seamless Software Update (SSU) is the term Nokia used to brand the over-the-air updates of Maemo. Community Seamless Software Update (CSSU) is being developed by the Maemo community, for the Maemo community. It aims to deliver fixes which can't be delivered easily through Extras, such as core Maemo packages. Shortly speaking, this project delivers (community made) updates, fixes and enhancements of the core platform, after Nokia stopped providing them to the N900. For more details on the project and how to install it on your device, please refer to the following Wiki page:

New update 20.2010.36-2maemo12 provides the following changes and improvements:

* Nicolai Hess's patch for 9 views in hildon-home
* Thomas Perl's Z-axis, forced rotation, and tactile patches to hildon-desktop.
* Fixed horizontal scrolling in modest
* A widget in control panel to show CSSU version
* Portrait mode support to hildon-control-panel
* Compilation fixes for modest
* Thomas Perl's patch for portrait HAM.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 02:40 in category

   Sat, 19.02.11

Lukija - Read It Later client for the N900
Lukija from Yves Marcoz is a client for the Read It Later bookmark service. It allows for offline reading of saved pages.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 19:38 in category

   Fri, 18.02.11

Zhiing - location messaging and sharing tool
Zhiing is a location messaging tool that allows you to share your location, or other locations of interest, with your friends, family or co-workers.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:56 in category

Goblin Utility Knife - Torch, Level Gauge and Distance Meter
Goblin Utility Knife from Kurt Korbatits is a Torch, Level Gauge and Distance Measure in one application.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:46 in category

Grap! - Google Reader client for the N900
Grap! by Mureke Software is a Google Reader client for the N900. Features include:

* fast, intuitive and fully animated user interface
* browse feeds by folders, folder groups or individually
* mark items as read
* mark feed as fully read or partially read
* item starring/unstarring
* own feed for starred items
* own feed for friends shared items
* integrated web browser
* open in external browser
* option to read only unread items or all items
* option to order oldest/newest
* portrait/landscape mode.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:36 in category

Time Hound - keep track of your billable hours
With Time Hound by Kurt Korbatits you can keep track of your billable hours against each of your clients allowing you to generate HTML reports on the data to use to help you create invoices.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:24 in category

QWP - Wikipedia QML search tool
QWP is a QML search tool for Wikipedia on the N900. You can select the language version of Wikipedia to search in. Results are shown in alphabetical order.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:05 in category

Gorilla - remake of the classic artillery game
Gorilla from Ed Page is a remake of the classic QBasic Gorillas banana artillery game.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 09:52 in category

Bash4 - GNU Bourne Again Shell 4.2
Bash4 (GNU Bourne Again SHell 4.2) ported to Maemo by Kaj-Michael Lang is a command-line shell which can replace the maemo standard command-line shell with an improved one with more features. Bash is an sh-compatible command language interpreter that executes commands read from the standard input or from a file. Bash also incorporates useful features from the Korn and C shells (ksh and csh).
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:05 in category

   Tue, 15.02.11

Fujitsu starts selling the first MeeGo netbook
Fujitsu has just put MeeGo on their existing LifeBook MH330 netbook (originally launched with Windows onboard) making it the first MeeGo netbook shipping commercially. The MH330 (launched in mid 2010) has an Intel Atom N455 @ 1.66 GHz, 1 GB RAM, a 250 GB hard disk and 10.1" 1024x600 display. The netbook is available now on Asian markets for about € 300.

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:33 in category

Update from Intel on MeeGo
Imad Sousou, Director of Intel Open Source Technology Center, has posted on his blog an update on Intel's strong commitment to MeeGo. It will continue to be hosted under the Linux Foundation, follow a governance model based on the best practices of open source development and function according to Linux Foundation rules. The team works very hard on the MeeGo Software Platform to move things forward. Read on.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 15:48 in category

   Sun, 13.02.11

In the next months you'll probably witness an EXODUS among Symbian and Maemo sites, rapidly rebranding, switching to other platforms, closing.

My-Symbian, the oldest Symbian community site in the Internet launched in 1999 (as N9k World and then, has been accompanying the Symbian operating system and Nokia's smartphones (including GEOS Communicators) during whole its existence, 12 years now. Since 2009, My-Maemo (and My-MeeGo) has been supporting the Maemo and MeeGo platforms, with daily news, the biggest Maemo 5 Software Catalog and discussion forums.

Both sites (mainly the much older My-Symbian, of course) over the last 12 years served almost 250 terabytes of traffic, billions of page impressions, up to 20 million visits a year (and close to 200 million in total), over 100 million app downloads, over 130.000 registered forum users (after serveral clean-ups, more than 200.000 registrations in total), close to 400.000 posts on the forum. Thousands of Symbian (and hundreds of Maemo) phones bought from our recommendation.

And we are going to STAY here, and keep supporting the Symbian, Maemo and MeeGo platforms, no matter which way things go. Very soon, when the exodus begins, you will be able to clearly distinguish what has been a true Symbian or Maemo COMMUNITY, and what was a business built on Symbian's or Maemo's (now passing) popularity and fortune, quickly rebranded and modified to follow where money goes now.

When you look for a Symbian or Maemo/MeeGo site in 6 or 12 months, type our URL and be sure that the site will still be there.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:43 in category

Pymp - YouTube downloader and video to MP3 converter
Pymp by Markus Scharnowski is a Python based Youtube to MP3 converter and video downloader. Pymp allows you to enter URLs from Youtube and other video hosting sites (Google, Yahoo...) and then download the videos from there and convert them to MP3 if desired.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:52 in category

   Sat, 12.02.11

Quo Vadis Nokia
Unlike all other sites, I will not get into endless discussions about what happened yesterday.

Why? Because I'd have to say some invectives, and I don't want to do that. And because, at least for now, I really don't have much to say. Or what would you expect me to say about company that consciously and intentionally self-degrades from a maker of two great and unique mobile operating systems (including the oldest one from which everything started) to a role of HTC clone, i.e. a hardware factory for a vendor of an alien operating system?

Oh, it's not even a HTC clone, as they at least support multiple operating systems, quite evenly. And what did they prove with yesterday's announcement if not that they are unreliable, not trustworthy, unpredictable? Or that the day on which they acquired Symbian was the beginning of its end? Or that a person buying their phone can NEVER be sure that it won't be the last device based on that platform, i.e. not worth any investments in 3rd party software, accessories and such, which one won't be able to reuse in the future?

Or that if you want to develop for Nokia products, you should never focus solely on their platform and always have some alternative one, or you may be left with nothing anytime? Or what should a webmaster like me say after investing 12 years of life, a lot of effort, money and devotion in the oldest Symbian website in the Internet? What should N900 users say now? They invested their money in a commercial product that shortly after that turned out to be "step 5 out of 6".

But they somehow managed to accept it. Now it turns out that "step 6 out of 6" has been ditched. Maemo was launched, but never given a chance to spread its wings as it didn't get any promotion or proper support and the MeeGo announcement literally killed it off. But no one expected that it could be even worse: that MeeGo won't even be given that little chance Maemo had. How many people bought Symbian ^3 phones because of countless promises of fantastic Symbian ^4 devices following them soon? In the past few months the numbers disappeared, now it's just "Symbian". Good move, now Nokia can say that it's SYMBIAN that's "non-competitive", otherwise they would have to say "S60", i.e. Nokia's UI on top of it. The user interface that they failed to improve since 2005, the year when they killed off the great Series 90 platform and decided to "merge" it into Series 60.

Six years ago they ditched that great fully touch-enabled (and even partly finger-optimized) UI and instead decided.... to re-create touch from scratch on S60, i.e. the only existing Symbian UI (originating from Pearl DFRD) that... was NEVER meant to support touch. The craziest idea of the century.

But there's more:

- Series 80 platform - ditched
- the Communicator series - ditched
- N-Gage - ditched
- Series 90 platform - ditched
- UIQ platform - ditched (yes, they could have saved it when they acquired Symbian and SE's shares)
- Maemo - ditched
- MeeGo - ditched
- Symbian - ditched (after 6 years wasted on failed attempts to improve the S60 UI).

The last four years were enough for Google and Apple to create their entire new platforms from scratch and refine them multiple times. For Nokia six years weren't enough to just polish the UX. I really don't know what to say.

And I want to avoid invectives, so I won't say anything about millions of people (users, developers, webmasters) feeling betrayed and cheated. Instead, I'm just trying to find a single reason that could make me, and probably lots of other (soon former) Symbian and Maemo users buy a Nokia Windows phone. Design? HTC or Samsung aren't that much worse in this regard. Zeiss camera? I wouldn't be surprised if HTC were just now talking with Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sigma, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, etc. regarding a new camera for their phones, it's not that only Zeiss can deliver it. Hardware? Specifications of Samsung or HTC phones with 1 GHz Snapdragon and 512 MB RAM for quite a long time have been exceeding ANY Nokia phone ever made. Ovi Maps? Same maps can be found in other navigation software, present on every smartphone. Ovi Store? Who needs it on an Android phone if one has the Android Market, or on a WP7 phone where there is MS Marketplace. So what's left other than just the brand? Surely not the price, as Asian-based HTC can probably always be cheaper...

Nokia missed the point. People were buying Nokia phones first of all for their systems, Symbian and Maemo, and not for the "Nokia" brand alone. If they're ditched, what's left? But if Nokia really wanted to get an alien OS, it should have been the Android. The Dalvik VM port has been announced for MeeGo, and probably could also be ported to Symbian.

This way Nokia could have had all three systems running thousands of Android applications. And if they ported Qt to Android (EDIT: it has already been ported! - by freelance Romanian developer! - see here), they could have also had all three systems running Qt apps. A perfect combination, consistent and logical. Make everything compatible, make money on selling Android phones while slowly "in the background" polishing MeeGo and Qt to strike back with exciting and powerful Symbian and MeeGo phones in a year or so. And during that time, having Android compatibility through Dalvik VM, Symbian and Maemo users probably wouldn't even be complaining too much that they have to wait...

But no, they had to do it the worst possible way. Worst for existing Symbian and Maemo users, worst for developers and webmasters, and eventually also worst for themselves.

What a misery.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:52 in category

Intel: long live MeeGo, with or without Nokia
Suzy Ramirez on the Technology@Intel blog has commented on yesterday's Nokia announcement and confirmed Intel's commitment to the MeeGo platform and its further development for the whole range of devices ranging from mobile phones, netbooks and tablets, to automotive systems and set-top boxes.

Suzy wrote: "By now you've probably heard that today, Nokia announced a new relationship with Windows focused around handsets and Windows 7. While Nokia mentioned they will still participate in the MeeGo ecosystem and ship a MeeGo-based product this year, they outlined a primary strategy strongly aligned with Microsoft.

Although Nokia has been an important partner to Intel and MeeGo and we are disappointed by this decision, it's important to know that this is by no means the end of MeeGo or the end to Intel's commitment and the continued progress MeeGo has made and is making to the multi-device ecosystem.

Our strategy has always been to provide choice when it comes to operating systems. MeeGo is one of those choices. We support a port of choice strategy that includes Windows, Android, and MeeGo. This is not changing.

There is a solid value proposition for an open source OS that crosses different devices. End users want a consistent experience across all of their devices. MeeGo is a great solution to deliver that single experience.

MeeGo is not just a phone OS, it supports multiple devices. It is already shipping and we're seeing early momentum across multiple segments today, including automotive systems, netbooks, tablets, and set-top boxes.

We look forward to Mobile World Congress next week in Barcelona, where Intel will outline its mobile strategy and have announcements around our mobile platforms and strategy."

So, have you been waiting for a MeeGo phone from Nokia? Don't give up. Maybe it won't come from Nokia (the way they said that they are going to release a MeeGo "DEVICE" this year suggests that it may be a tablet rather than a phone) but it may come from someone else. Who cares what's the logo on the casing? I don't. And you shouldn't, either.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:26 in category

   Fri, 11.02.11

NewsFlow - Google Reader news client
NewsFlow by Tommi Laukkanen is a mobile client to Google Reader news written in Qt. Features:

* List all, starred or unread items
* Browse by tags or subscription
* View item details
* Mark item as read or favourite
* Open original item in web browser
* Add tags to items.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:12 in category

Sphyro - abstract 3D strategy game
Sphyro by BitImpress is an abstract 3D strategy game. Two players build up a pyramid by placing spheres on a game board. The player who is able to place the last sphere on the peak of the pyramid wins the game. Some very few rules make this goal tricky and challenging to achieve.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:38 in category

VoiceNote - advanced sound recorder
VoiceNote by Timo Lyytinen is an advanced sound recorder application with playback support. Also supports adding tags and location information to the recordings. Users can also share their recordings with Dropbox or email.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:24 in category

Low Battery LED - uses LED light to notify you about low battery
Low Battery LED from Philipp Zabel installs a new LED notification pattern to signal low battery via the notification LED. You can use LED Pattern Editor to modify it to your liking (blinking pattern, colour).
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:37 in category

Task Hound - manage your daily tasks
With Task Hound by Kurt Korbatits you can manage your daily tasks. Add, Edit and remove tasks from your todo list. Sorted by priority and overdue status.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 00:24 in category

Love Meter - love or flames calculator
Love Meter from MobApps is a fun application to calculate love between you and your partner. It can show result in terms of love percentage or flames.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 00:00 in category

   Wed, 09.02.11

Three Qt Web Runtime games for the N900
Jusso Kosonen has written three puzzle games for the N900 using the Qt Web Runtime:

* Block Drop is a Tetris clone
* In RectBlock you should create rectangle shapes with four corner blocks
* In Color Line you reate lines with three same colored blocks in horizontal or vertical direction.

You need to install the Qt Web Runtime to be able to run these games.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 07:48 in category

   Tue, 08.02.11

Texas Instruments announces OMAP 5 processors
Texas Instruments has announced the OMAP 5 platform. And it's "not just a faster horse", it transforms the concept of 'Mobile'. The OMAP 5 platform sports an impressive list of features and benefits supporting everything from open source platforms to complementary TI technologies, including:

  • Two ARM Cortex-A15 cores, up to 2 GHz each - 3x higher performance to deliver the promise of mobile computing

  • Two ARM Cortex-M4 cores - Low-power offload and real-time responsiveness

  • Multi-core 3D graphics and dedicated 2D graphics - 5x higher graphics performance; accelerated and more responsive user interfaces

  • Multi-core imaging and vision processing unit - Next-generation computational photography experiences - face recognition, object recognition and text recognition

  • Multi-core IVA HD video engine - 1080p HD video and high performance, low bit rate video teleconferencing

  • Advanced, multi-pipeline display sub-system - Supports multiple video/graphics sources for composition

  • Can support four simultaneous displays - Supports three high-resolution LCD displays (up to QSXGA) and HDMI 1.4a 3D display

  • High performance, multi-channel DRAM and efficient 2D memory support - Supports advanced use cases with multiple ARM cores and multimedia operation; provides better user experiences without lag or quality degradation

  • TI M-Shield mobile security technology with enhanced cryptography support - End-to-end device and content protection

  • New, high-speed interfaces - Supports USB 3.0 OTG, SATA 2.0, SDXC flash memory and MIPI CSI-3, UniPort-M and LLI interfaces to support higher Wi-Fi and 4G network and HD content data rates

  • Optimized audio, power and battery management platform solutions - Complementary TI devices for an optimized OMAP 5 platform solution

  • Next-generation connectivity technologies - HD wireless video streaming, wireless display, mobile payments and enhanced location-based services.

(Read more...)
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 18:58 in category

Android apps to run on Maemo and MeeGo
Myriad Group AG today announced the launch of Myriad Alien Dalvik, enabling Android apps to run on non-Android platforms.

From a user perspective, Alien Dalvik is completely transparent. Alien Dalvik applications appear as native and can be seamlessly installed on device without user disruption.

Myriad Alien Dalvik will be commercially available later this year on the MeeGo platform. Other platform support will be announced in the coming months. Alien Dalvik will be demonstrated for the first time on the Nokia N900 at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 14th-17th.

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 15:22 in category

   Mon, 07.02.11

SMS bomber
SMS Bomb by Tom D sends a specified number of SMS messages to a phone number with a specified delay between each message. It supports several different SMS services, including carrier SMS, and Google Voice.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 13:18 in category

   Fri, 04.02.11

New Firefox 4.0 Beta 4 for Maemo and Android
Firefox 4.0 Beta 4 has been released for Android and Maemo - you can download it from this page. This release is the fastest performing Firefox 4 Beta for mobile yet. You will notice faster start-up, page load times and responsiveness to panning and zooming. The Firefox Mobile Add-ons Gallery also offers more than 100 add-ons to customize the features, functionality and look of your Web experience.

(Read more...)
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 21:31 in category

ProximityClock - proximity sensor controlled full screen clock
ProximityClock from Daniele Maio is a small application that - using the proximity sensor on the N900 - shows you a full screen high-contrast digital clock. It can be enabled/disabled using a home screen widget.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 21:31 in category

Gcal - calculating and printing various calendars
Gcal, ported to Maemo by Pedram Veisi, is a teminal based program for calculating and printing calendars. It displays hybrid and proleptic Julian and Gregorian calendar sheets, respectively for one month, three months, or a whole year. It also displays eternal holiday lists for many countries around the globe, and features a very powerful creation of fixed date lists that can be used for reminding purposes.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 21:28 in category

   Thu, 03.02.11

Textmessage To E-Mail Forwarder
Using Textmessage To E-Mail Forwarder by Nicolai Hess you can forward your SMS and IM messages to your e-mail. You can select to forward SMS only or IM messages only, or both, and which type of messages - incoming or outgoing, or both.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 18:18 in category

   Tue, 01.02.11

Zeitkonto - simple tool to track project times
Zeitkonto by Boris Pohler is a simple tool to track your project times. At the moment the program is available in German language only.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 09:39 in category

TrainTrain - real time RER and metro schedules for Paris
TrainTrain by Gérald Fauvelle provides real time RER and Metro schedules in Paris.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 09:36 in category

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