Version: 1.1 Platforms: Java Categories: Entertainment, Organisation & Productivity, System Utilities Upload Date: 9 Feb 11 Developer: Hans Kopp
Distribution Type: Freeware
File Size: 42 Kb
Rating: 2.3/5 (Total Votes: 26)
Odysseus is a Java application for mobile devices that manages check lists. It's main application are shopping lists but it's not limited to those.
The lists are organized in folders. For each list item a name, notes and a 'done'-flag is stored. There's the oportunity to export lists as text to send them via SMS or email (requires a mobile with clipboard). The import of lists from plain text is also supported.
The program was tested on the Nokia 3650 phone. Since it does not depend on the graphical capabilities of the hosting device, it should run on most mobiles supporting MIDP Java applications. The size of the obfuscated midlet is about 50K.
The midlet is distributed with source code. If you build it by your own, you can compile your own stock lists into the program. This way you don't need to type all the lists with your mobiles keyboard.
The program is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
What's New in This Release:
· Bugfix: On some Motorola phones the Midlet failed with an error message 'Internal Error 2' due to too many open streams. Now it's also working on these phones.
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