SUBSCRIBE to MobiCritic by Email or RSS/XML !We’ve talked about Mobile GMaps before: the best free mobile maps application, with an amazing set of features and a sustained development. Mobile GMaps allows you to access online maps from your mobile phone, using a large set of providers: Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask, Open Street and, until yesterday, [...]
After a looong Easter holiday, here we are, back with a tiny tiny review. This time, it’s about a free mobile application, called TinyTwitter, a mobile J2ME client for Twitter.
Via techmeme we get to a Techcrunch article about a very promising startup: TellMe. TellMe is a mobile local search service, much like Google Local Search. The key differentiating factor is that, unlike the very boring and annoying typing text messages or search queries, TellMe goes Java Mobile, and it does it reinventing the field: [...]
One of the mobile apps I’m waiting for most lately is, without any doubt, Yahoo Go 2.0. What is it? Basically it’s a mobile midlet that combines, in a bundle, the most important Yahoo applications: Yahoo! search, maps, email, messenger, local search, local events (movies) news (including sports, finance, entertainment, and weather), and Flickr. All [...]
Featured regularly on the front page of the java.com portal, Mobile GMap was the first application of its kind, combining the coolness factor of Google Maps with the ubiquity and portability of your java-enabled mobile phone. Although in the meantime Google has created its own version of a mobile Google maps application, Cristian Streng (a [...]
There are not many free useful softwares for mobile. Actually there are some, but most are targeted towards Windows Mobile smartphones or Symbian OS, not for the rest of us owners of standard MIDP 2.0 phones. That’s why I was extremely pleased to see that, finally, a cool toy came out of the hands of [...]