Sunday, November 1, 2009

Blackberry App World in Web

Blackberry apps are now available in web. You can browse everything more easily instead on your PC instead of using the mobile client.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Lock Screen for S60 under development

Ever wondered why the S60 does not have any decent lock screen applications?
Now you don't have to wait anymore! (or maybe for couple of days just to get the latest release..)

Next week there will be new features available: show the last messages, emails and missed calls in the screen so you don't have to unlock the phone to check them. Also some obvious features, such as showing the current network strength will be added.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Forum has been opened

Now a phpBB3-powered discussion forum has been opened

Monday, June 15, 2009

S60 developer tools

New section is now opened in the web site for free S60 developer tools.

Now it contains applications for detecting key and RemCon events and another one for detecting camera capabilities.

Monday, May 18, 2009


Pocket Sensei is now available for BlackBerry App World! Pocket Kanji will follow sometime soon. Unfortuntaly there is no web link to apps but you need to install App World on your berry phone.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Pocket Kanji 1.5

Pocket Kanji got a small update. It has now bigger buttons which should work better with touch screen phones. Buttons are hopefully big enough to hit with a finger now. Furigana texts are also larger to be slightly easier to read.

Monday, April 20, 2009


Pocket Kanji and Pocket Sensei are now for half price! You can order yours with only 4.95€!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Pocket Sensei 2.1

Pocket Sensei 2.1 is released now. It has some bug fixes, but the biggest improvement is touch user interface support.

To see it in full screen in Nokia 5800XM, please install midlet from JAD file. Otherwise virtual keypad will fill the half of the screen.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Pocket Sensei 2.0: words

New Pocket Sensei version has quiz for words. It contains more than 6000 most common japanese words which are needed for levels 4 to 1 in JLPT (japanese language proficiency test).

Both kanji and word quiz are flashcards now. First press down to see the answer. Then right if answer was correct or left if it was incorrect.