MtextReader - NOTE: Only devices which support JSR 75 can use MTextReader, if you are unsure about your device, you can download and try it any way as it is free!
MTextReader 2.2 is released! Several fixes:
Speed for reading Chinese text is dramatically increased
Fixed a bug that may cause exception when reading English text
Chinese text are center-aligned
Fixed a bug that cause incorrect history ordering
MTextReader is a powerful text reader for J2ME devices with JSR 75 and MIDP 2.0 support, features:
Foliant Amazing ebook reader for touch screen phones. Can read txt and fb2. Application running on modern phones and smartphones supporting Java. Its main functions are organizing your collection of books and comfortable reading them
Anyview Anyview is a free ebook reader for mobile phones. It is known to run successfully on more than 100 phone models from Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, Blackberry and so on.
· It can read files of type TXT, HTML, PDB (TEXt/REAd format, but don't support iSiloX format), as well as display GIF, JPEG and PNG files
Libris 2.0 Libris 2.0 - Libris 2.0 eBook reader lets you read ebooks on your mobile
The Libris eBook reader turns your mobile into an eBook reader. Its clean interface and crisp anti-aliased fonts make reading on you mobile a pleasure!
Libris reads books in PalmDoc, unsecure eReader, plain text, and our own Libris formats. Books in PalmDoc format are available from www
Slate Magazine Slate Magazine If you carry a handheld wireless device, then carry access to Slate.. All it takes is a few simple steps to bring your favorite online magazine straight to your phone or PDA.
And best of all, it's free.
Get news analysis and commentary, and enjoy popular columns like Explainer, Kausfiles and Today's Papers
MoBaca MoBaca - J2ME application which enables you to display a text file like a book on your mobile phone. Save the text book files you got from sites like Project Guttenberg, and read the text anywhere. Auto bookmark is on, auto jump to last page you have read