SportyPal is an easy to use intuitive application for your mobile device. You activate it when you start your running, cycling, walking, rollerblading or similar exercise. In two simple clicks it will start to log and map your position, movement, distance, tempo and calories burned
Compass for Java - Use your cell phone as a compass. By rotating the phone so that the sun and/or moon icons match their location in the sky, the top of the phone will indicate true north.
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed failure to load world map on Nokia 3rd edition phones.
· Improved format of info on Nokia phones
LocifyJavaVersion: 1.5.13 updated Upload Date: 7 Feb 11
With Locify you can explore interesting places near you from Wikipedia, seek for geocaches, display map where you are (or you want to go), twitter your location, save interesting places from phone or web sync them and even navigate to them... and much more.
Locify is free application for common mobile phone
Qibla Compass - Finding the Qibla direction from anywhere in the world was never easier before! With Qibla Compass not only do you get Qibla direction from True North but with an even more accurate method of determining the Qibla direction from the current position of the Sun, you always know what direction to face
Velox Internal GPS - speedo clone which uses a Bluetooth or internal GPS receiver to display speed, calculate distances and record GPS tracks.
Velox supports recording GPS tracks and GPS tracks can be transferred to the PC via Bluetooth or uploaded to http://www.veloxgps.de.
Notice: not all compatible phones are supported (e.g
Velox is a small piece of software which turns your mobile phone into a bike computer and enables you to record GPS tracks and upload them to the veloxgps.de website.
You can use this service to keep track of your tours, to exchange tracks with other users and to get some statistics like your travelled distance
Magic Wand is an application for tourists, which makes exploring a foreign city easier. It enables the user to identify a sight without a tourist guide book, but by using the mobile phone. The tourist just has to hold the mobile phone in the direction of the sight to identify it. With a keystroke, the name of the sight is shown on the display