SimOne (Simulation One) - SimOne (Simulation One) is a human-simulator roBot for J2ME-enabled phones.
The application can talk and act like a real person. You can easily interact with SimOne by asking her about the time, let her wake you up in the morning or call a contact number for you.
SimOne runs on any J2ME device platform with MIDP2 and it's free to use. This is the English version of the program!
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Requirements:J2ME with MIDP2
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