Development environment for creating Android apps. Includes an editor for creating loops, decisions and function calls for the app logic, as well as a module for editing the graphical interface in the browser. Completed apps can currently only be tested on genuine Android mobile phones.
Browser alternative for Android smartphones and iOS devices. Includes a password manager and tabbed browsing, and allows you to save web pages. Also allows multi-touch finger movements and the creation of individual gestures for operating the device.
Mobile file manager for Android and Symbian smartphones. Displays a tree structure that includes all the folders and files currently present on the device. Also has a text and image viewer, and a hex editor.
Special version of the GO Launcher Android desktop tool that includes various themes, smoother image scrolling, context menus and a tab that shows which application was used last. Also allows you to create more than the default seven home screens.
Real-time protection tool for Android smartphones. The anti-virus protection shields the mobile device against attacks from viruses or mobile spyware, the firewall prevents hackers from being able to infiltrate the device and the data encryption software protects data from unauthorised access. An SMS spam filter is also included. The technology is based on that of the well-known Norton products.
E-book reader for Android phones with bookmark and text-to-speech functions. Supports EPUB, FB2, TXT, DOC, RTF, HTML, CHM, TCR, PDB and PML formats. Can display the pages either in page or scroll view.
Allows remote access to Android devices via a web browser. Includes ability to sync files between smartphones and computers, write, receive and read text messages, and install and uninstall apps on the mobile device.
Mobile phone manager for Sony Ericsson and Android handsets, with an address book, organiser and file-transfer functions. Can read, send and archive SMS messages; Android version available from Google Play.
Offers navigation tools for mobile devices using crowd-sourced data from OpenStreetMap. As well as navigation you can make detailed searches, e.g., for bars, restaurants and other locations. Weight your search results with a personal rating system and crowd-contributed information. Downloading maps could cost money depending on network provider.
OpenStreetMap-based offline map material for more than 2,400 cities and regions. Simply download the map and information once and the tool makes the city maps, including street names and places of interest, available to your iPod Touch or iPhone offline, free of charge. Android version also available.