Mobile Bookshelf converts text file(s) to a MIDlet (a Java program that can be run on a mobile phone), making it possible to read your favourite books on your handset.
|Tags||Text Processing General Text Editors|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||Java J2ME Python|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with support for several new phone models.
Release Notes: This release adds screen rotation (landscape mode), support for many Samsung handsets, and support for the Motorola C650 and RAZR V3.
Release Notes: A number of bugfixes. A new 'autoexit' plugin to automatically turn off the backlight to preserve battery charge. Backlight control on Sonyericsson phones. ISO-8859-2 codepage is supported. Hyphenation patterns for Italian, Spanish, Hungerian, and other languages.
Release Notes: This version fixes miscellaneous issues when saving the default configuration. A problem with soft buttons not working on Sony Ericsson T610/T630 phones was fixed.
Release Notes: This version support the Siemens CF62, SX1, and M55 and Nokia 6610i. Support for font colors was implemented and an option to import system and Palm fonts was added.