Mobile RSS Reader is a J2ME (Java ME) MIDP application that is able to read most RSS servers and feed versions. RSS is a lightweight XML format designed for sharing headlines and other content like blogs and news. The data are stored on the mobile device and updated on request. It supports most encodings. It can import and synchronize RSS feed lists using formats and filter feeds based on name and URL. All/modified feeds can be updated with a single command. The zip file contains all versions for MIDP 1.0 devices, MIDP 2.0 devices without JSR-75, and MIDP 2.0 with JSR-75 devices.
emoze pushes email, calendars, tasks, and contacts to mobile devices as soon as they are sent, delivering real-time synchronization. emoze software is simple to download, register, and use. All emoze users need a data package from a mobile service provider. emoze works across any mobile service provider network and has users in almost every country around the globe. emoze delivers data to and from all leading brands of mobile device. It supports all popular email data sources and even social community messaging such as Facebook, and all popular mobile device operating systems. The emoze service is independent of network technology and works on any wireless GSM, CDMA, or Wi-Fi network including 2.5G and 3G.
MicroSweeper is Minesweeper-like game intended for J2ME-capable (MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1) hand-held devices. The game allows optional determinism, which when turned on, ensures that each mine can be discovered without guessing. Besides the traditional game, it provides a pseudo-hexagonal grid and games with various "neighborhood" patterns, where the number on the field is computed from mines located further from the field itself.
windRose is a small application for PDAs connected to GPS receivers. It provides navigation information such as latitude, longitude, altutide, and course, distance measurement (odometer), landmark / trip recording capabilities, waypoint management, map rendering, and weather information retrieval.
DynChap provides an additional pseudo hardware token based authentication layer for PoPToP virtual private networks. The authentication uses the user's mobile phone to generate a hash that needs to be entered along with the user's password in a custom connection dialogue. Upon connecting, the VPN verifies the authenticity of the hash. The hash is generated from a serial (by default 32 printable characters) stored in the J2ME based mobile phone and the current time; the VPN server compares this hash against the serial and current time, minus or plus a small deviation (by default 2 minutes). If the username, password, and hash match, access is granted and the custom dialer is closed, the connection can now be controlled like an ordinary VPN connection.
PAM mobile token offers a PAM module and a J2ME token generator to create an authentication mechanism to be integrated into a PAM system. Only the owner of a secret (password/phrase) and a J2ME-enabled device with the token generator program will be able to satisfy the corresponding PAM module to be authenticated.