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Mobile Lullaby

Mobile Lullaby

Mobile Lullaby is a simple application for Symbian s60 5th edition that helps you to lull your baby using your mobile phone. You can connect your phone to a TV set and your baby can fall asleep listening to a nice and tender music. You can change the pictures between fruits, forms and animals...

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mobilePK

mobilePK

mobilePK a clinical pharmacokinetic (or therapeutic drug monitoring, TDM) tool for mobile devices including PalmOS v5 PDA phones (Tréo series, p/w), Java-supported mobile phones or smartphones (incl. Motorola, Nokia, BlackBerry and Sony-Ericsson), and Pocket PC (WM2003 and WM5/WM6). mobilePK is written in Java (Java ME, JDK v6...

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MobiQuit

MobiQuit

MobiQuit - Written by an x-smoker to help him and his partner navigate through the difficulties of quitting a 40-day habit, MobiQuit is your trusted source of support when you quit smoking. It's a mobile phone application that will instantly remind you the benefits of quitting...

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My girls

My girls

My girls - The purpose of the midlet is to be informed about aspects of womens natural cycles. You enter the females name, the length of her cycle and the current day in her cycle. Then you can keep yourself updated on how fertile she is, when her mensturation is due and so on...

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Nokia Activity Monitor

Nokia Activity Monitor

The Nokia Activity Monitor displays charts and statistics, in real-time, about your movements while walking or running. It counts the number of steps, and determines the distance covered and the energy expenditure. Summaries are stored in a diary so that you can compare your activity level on different days, and over longer periods of time...

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Nokia Braille Reader

Nokia Braille Reader

Nokia Braille Reader- gives SMS for the blind and visually impaired. It captures received SMS messages and brings them to the foreground for reading using Braille and tactile feedback. The program has been developed in a joint project between Nokia, Tampere University and the Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired...

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