dbrowse j2me - dbrowse is a j2me data browser, build for reading csv file in the phone. For now its only included Country Calling Codes.
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YongReader for Adobe PDF Converted Text File - No File Size Limit YongReader for Adobe PDF Converted Text File - No File Size Limit - The Version 2.01 lets you switch between 2 files for reading. It bookmarks them automatically when you exit program. Download from above website and install now!
1) Designed to read text content easily and quickly on mobile phone. Only one Down key required to read a whole book
Albite READER Albite Reader is an open-source e-book reader for Java Mobile released under the Apache 2.0 License and developed by Svetlin Ankov. Works with EPUB, txt and (x)html files
MFTP (Java) MFTP (Java) - With MFTP you can view XML files that describe the files and folders of FTP servers. Descriptions of each file can appear if they were inserted by the provider. The XML files are compatible with HyperFTP
MtextReader MTextReader is a powerful text file reader for J2ME devices with JSR 75 and MIDP 2.0 support, features include: multi-language, multi-encoding, color schemes, support touchscreen, bookmarks, recent readings and much more
eBook - chinese eBook - chinese Now eBook2.0 is available! We will add new features soon! EBOOK2.0 makes it easier for novel readers to find their favourate novels. You can read your favourate books online or you can download them as well. There are many many different kinds of novels, just out of your imagination
100000 Books - Wattpad 100000 Books - Wattpad Also known as "YouTube for ebooks", is the world’s most popular ebook community for readers and writers to discover, share and connect. With over 4 million downloads, Wattpad is the world's most widely used mobile ebook application. Wattpad gives you FREE instant access to 100,000+ novels, fan fiction, short stories, poetry and more
MobiBook MobiBook - MobiBook is a book reader for mobile phones.
You think it is nonsense, that screen resolution of mobile phone is not enough? Just look at the screenshots... Certainly normal "paper" books looks nicer. But it is not always with you