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Fresh J2ME apps

UPDATE (11/25/12): The Flood Map app was featured in a local news and public affairs TV show!

Here’s a list of Java (J2ME) mobile apps that I have written over the last couple of months. Cheers!

  • Typing Race
    • a mobile typing game for touch screen, qwerty, and non-qwerty keypads. The objective of the game is to type the given phrase in the least time possible and with no or least number of backspace use to gain high score. Players can even create their own custom phrases that they can use.
    • Reached about 20,000 downloads one week after publishing it
  • Hidden
    • Hidden is a mobile application that hides a message within an image. It maybe used to hide important and confidential messages on the phone and may also be used to transmit messages between parties so that those unintended parties would not know the existence of the message.


NewsCenterGlobal is a highly-customizable global news reader for Java-enabled phones that delivers fresh news to your fingertips. It is lightweight and news are cached on your phone so you can read them anywhere, anytime. The user may also select which countries and news sources he wish to subscribe to. The app also allows you to easily share news to your social networks like Google+, Facebook, and Twitter.

The J2ME app can de downloaded from the Nokia Store.

A screenshot of the NewsCenterGlobal application

Customize your news-reading experience by selecting which countries and news sources to subscribe to

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