I'd like to get an App list thread going for SaskTel users since our apps/games will more than likely differ from the US BREW phones. I'll start:WORKING
Gmail app- works great
Google Maps- works... a couple of reports of freezing
Meboy (Gameboy Color Emulator)- works pretty good!
Palringo- IM app for MSN, Gmail, Facebook...etc. Works good! You have to use the touchscreen to input text, but full keyboard pops up. **update- after using this program, I prefer the ebuddy web app over this downloadable app. Palringo seems to disconnect often and is cumbersome to navigate**
EA Boom Blox- works good, formatted for 240x320.**update- After playing a few levels of this game I have come to the conclusion that it is not very good**
Mobile GMaps (not to be confused with Google Maps). GMaps seems to work quite well... quite snappy and responsive. - http://wap.mgmaps.com/
I used the generic release.
Nimbuzz IM app: used Samsung 240x320 getjar 35985
Mig33 IM app: used Samsung 240x320 getjar 4291
So far out of Palringo, Nimbuzz and Mig33 I would have to say Mig33 is the best hands down. Very quick and responsive, allows to SMS international contactsfor 9 cents and not nearly as many nagging 'connect this time only' screens. I tried Mig33 last and after using it I deleted all the rest of the IM clients on my Voyager
Snaptu- mobile widget app- http://www.snaptu.com
A comprehensive widget for news & blogs; weather widget; facebook; picasa; dictionary; google calender; sudoku... and more!!
Biorhythm - GetJar Advanced MIDP 2.0 version
DopeWars ZX - GetJar Advanced MIDP 2.0 version
Graffiti - Doesn't work with the touch screen, the internal works though. -GetJar Advanced MIDP 2.0 version
J2ME Flashlight -GetJar Advanced MIDP 2.0 version
Lucky Numbers -GetJar Advanced MIDP 2.0 version
Nightclub Empire- (Got from within Opera Mini, there is a default link for games/apps)
Opera Mini - www.opera.com/mini
Spider Solitaire- (Got form Opera Mini)
MC2- great little spreadsheet app that supports saving documents and inputting formuals into cells. Data entry is a little cumbersome, but all in all it works good.NOT WORKING
eBuddy app- freezes at sign in screen (VX9900 version)
Weather bug- sorta worked, but as the name suggest, kinda buggy LOL (VX9900 version)LOOKING FOR
A good weather app
A good news app
A document viewer (pdf, word, excel) **update... the Gmail app will open word, excel, pdf, jpg and probably more attachments, but that is all I've tested. Excel and pdf have very poor formatting however, so a better document viewer would still be handy**
Since the US phone is BREW, there is little info about what Java apps will work with the Voyager. For instance, the Voyager (VX10000) isn't even listed as a model on getjar or similar sites. Does anyone know which model is most similar to the Voyager and would have the most compatible games/apps? Would it be the enV (VX9900)?