NetworkAcc is a powerful mobile network accelerator specially designed for mobile devices. Mobile accelerator accelerates all your mobile-network based activities, which include browsing, downloading, uploading, streaming, online gaming, sending and receiving email, etc
MobyExplorer v3 - see the screenshot and download if like it.
1. Text Editor which can be used to view and edit text files
2. File Compression utility to save discspace and bandwidth using the GZip/GUnzip tool.
3.Copy/Paste, Rename, Delete, Create Directory, View File Properties, Write Protection of files, Hidden Files
SubnetCalc ME is a simple application to calculate subnets. Given the IP address and the mask, it will tell you the number of subnets and hosts. Also, it will display subnet's information (network and broadcast addresses, host range). This version only works with class C addresses
Webwag Mobile is the ultimate mobile widgets engine to stay up-do-date and bring your online content directly to your fingertips, including: Preview your mails, read your favorites blogs and RSS feeds with images, get the current weather conditions and 6 days forecasts,
Bluetooth File Transfer FULL Use your cell phone to browse, explore and manage files of any Bluetooth ready device (OBEX FTP)! Download, upload, explore, search, edit, create, delete and rename files and folders on your phone, PDA, palm, notebook, PC, photo viewer, music player and so on; using an easy, fast and intuitive user-interface (GUI)
Subnet - The Subnet mobile application performs Major Subnetting Tasks for your network anytime anywhere. The application has been designed especially for mobile users. Users can subnet their network, perform minor or major network Subnetting calculations and also can gain information about the network
J2MEStreaming How to implement streaming via HTTP protocal in GPRS?
Of course if the streaming media is not support partial data play (ex. midi sound), we can`t do anything about it, right?
But how about if the media can play partial data (ex. arm sound), can we do it?
Here comes a wonderful J2ME application