Manage Tiny Content On Your Mobile Device With PadKite Multitouch Mobile Mouse.
If you’re fed up with trying to click on tiny links on your mobile Android device screen and trying to highlight tiny rows of text, take a look at PadKite.
PadKite is the first multi-touch mobile mouse created to managed the tiny content on your mobile device screen, helping to click on links without having to zoom in, or select tiny rows of text accurately.
The developers of the app, XDA members padkite, are about to launch the app in the Android market and are looking for feedback from beta testers. You can either download the apk directly or sign up for the beta program.
Currently, the app works on a specific list of devices and supports Eclair, Froyo, and Gingerbread. The devs are also looking for beta testers for Android tablets, although at the moment it doesn’t look there is support yet for Honeycomb.
For more information, head on over to the application thread, where further detail can be found about the app in this post.
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