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Well, almost all phones.

A small group of developers from the Basque region of Spain has produced a JAVA app for Twitter called J1CK.Tweet. It’s a very simple app, in the sense that the interface is very simple, the menu options are straight forward and it loads super fast. Most importantly, it’s FREE!

Some features of the app:

  • Timeline, @mentions, DMs, favorites, following/followers, follow/unfollow, profiles
  • Quick Reply / Retweet / Favorite
  • Trending Topics / Saved searches support
  • Multiple-account support
  • Twitpic support: you can view photos without the need to open a new browser
  • Camera support! Snap a photo and send to Twitpic all in the app itself
  • Support for touch-screen phones
  • Support for QWERTY keyboard phones

Somehow Im still not able to conduct searches in the app itself. The only option available is “saved searches”.

Keep in mind that this app is supported for most of the Java enabled phones in the market.

J1CK-Tweet: Twitter for Java phones, Beta 1
For all regular keypad or QWERTY phones of all brands (Nokia, Motorola, Sony-Ericsson, LG, Samsung, Huawei)

For touchscreen phones:
Nokia touchscreen phones (eg: Nokia 5800)
Other touchscreen phones (eg: Samsung F480)

To download, point your phone browser to http://tw.j1ck.com/

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Google just released the latest version of it’s Gmail for mobile Java app, the version 2.0.

The most obvious feature added to this latest version is the offline mode… users can also save outgoing emails for later sending. Another great feature is that now you can switch between accounts within the same mobile app. It now supports up to 35 languages too.

To get the latest version of Gmail for mobile, just point your phone browser to m.google.com/mail

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Skype released their very first java version of the of the famous software for mobilephones sometime ago and recently they have launched a newer version, but it still in Beta stage.

It worked well on my N82 and N96. Eventhough its not a Symbian app, it still works very smoothly as if it was made for the operating system.

With Skype Mobile, you can now chat with your friends in Skype on the go, via 3G, GPRS, Edge or WiFi. You can also direct your Skype calls to your mobile but that will require Skype credits.

Try it and chat away with your buddies while you are not in front of your computer. It’s a nice looking app. Free too. So why not right?

Remember to add me to your buddy list! My ID is “smashpop” :D

Get Skype.

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I am not a calculator person but this might be good stuff.

Nokia Betalabs just came out with a beta version of the S60 calculator.

This might just replace the current one that comes with the OS, the one that everyone has been complaining about cos it has never been updated or improved since the very first Symbian phone from Nokia, the 7650.

Still remember 7650? Here you go. A photo to refresh your brain.

Download the beta calculator HERE

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