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Here you will find free java apps for cell phones and other mobile devices.

Free Java Apps for cell phones

     

Here you will find free java apps for cell phones and other mobile devices. Java is platform independent and it can run on any platform. J2ME is used to develop the applications for the mobile devices. Due the J2ME API applications are developed for mobile phones and these days many applications are available for the cell phones.

Cell phones or mobile phones are very popular these days. Almost everyone has got a mobile phone. Mobile phones helps the people to connect to each other. The mobile phones is mostly used for communicating with the family members and friends. But due to availability of programming API's developers are developing applications for mobile phones (cell phones). 

There many apps available these days, commercial applications as well as free java apps are also available. These applications includes games, commercial applications, GPS tracking applications and utility applications.

Here are the list of free java apps for cell phones:

Azure
Azure is very useful blog client written in J2ME, it allows the user to write posts for the weblogs.

Mobile Bookshelf
Mobile Bookshelf converts text files to MIDlets (Java programs that can be run on mobile phone), making it possible to read your favorite books on your handset.

FBReaderJ
FBReaderJ is an e-book reader for the Android devices and it is a clone of the FBReader book reader written in Java.

RelataSync for Palm
RelataSync for Palm synchronizes your Address Book contacts, Date Book items, and To Do List items with Relata. It is a sales force automation CRM solution.

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Posted on: May 24, 2009

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