Having a smart phone means you are in touch with anyone, from virtually anywhere. Most of us use instant messaging clients such as Nimbuzz, eBuddy, Rocket Talk... most of which are provided as services from 3rd parties such as Nimbuzz. You should always note that your messages using their chat clients are routed to your … Continue reading Smartphone Instant Messaging Clients (Chat or Messengers)
You would have heard of VMWare, VirtualBox and other Virtual Machine software. Here is JPCApplication.jar. A virtual machine software written in Java. It executes on any platform, including a cell phone.
The missing item on most cell phones was an Instant Messenger. Finally, here is one in beta - Slick. It is just like Pidgin and is a multi-protocol instant messenger allowing you to chat using multiple accounts like Yahoo, Google, MSN, etc. Download Slick from http://www.lonelycatgames.com/?app=slick. Versions are available for other mobiles running Android, and … Continue reading Slick for Symbian s60 3rd edition – Instant Messenger for Yahoo, Gtalk, MSN and more
If you want to refer to maps on your mobile phone, use Google Maps. It offers drill down capability with directions. If you have a GPS-equipped handset, you can see your position too. However, requires a connection to the Internet (GPRS, 3G or WLAN) while on the move.
After googling around for a stable tool to administer web sites from the Nokia e63 smart phone, found a good tool for Symbian S60 phones, Putty for Symbian. This great project can enable you to login securely to a terminal on your web host. Very useful if you are on vacation.