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Mobile Web Server

Mobile Web Server will turn your phone into a web server. You can even install PAMP (Personal Apache MySQL PHP) in it, but I didn’t try installing PAMP, because I haven’t seen the use of it yet (except for draining my battery faster). The basic web server can be accessed by the world, or you […]

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JoikuSpot Light

JoikuSpot is a software to share your phone’s Internet connection via WIFI. It turns your S60 3rd edition device into a hotspot. The premium version of the software allows you to use any connection, while the Light version only allows you to use web (HTTP) connection. This is not a new software, but I only […]

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Jbak Taskman

I was surprised when I found out that many people liked my AppQLaunch because it was such a simple program (someone even translated it into Chinese, without me knowning it). I found out there is a better program now from Russia, this program does more than AppQLauch, is a freeware, and is Symbian Signed. The […]

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Nokia Audiobooks

I like listening to audio books using my iPod, because it can remember the last played position of a file, and I can easily seek to chapters and locations using the scroll wheel. Using built in media player in Nokia phones to listen to audio books is definitely not fun. Fortunately Nokia have built a […]

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Nokia Internet Radio

You might ask why would you want a radio application when you already have a built in FM Radio in your Nokia. The answer is simple: you can listen to radio stations in other countries via Internet and you don’t need a wired headset to listen to the radio (the FM Radio can not be […]

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