POSTS TAGGED: Windows Mobile 5
Posted August 24, 2010 at 06:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Mersad 7, creator of the Mersad Persian & Arabic Pack, began the Persian2World project last week in an attempt to provide Windows Mobile users who speak Persian as their first language with applications in their own native language. With the help of other members of the site, the first applications in this project has now been released.
At the time of writing, the applications available in Persian through Persian2World are Talkonaut (a VoIP application), Resco Contact Manager (an easy-to-use SMS, calls and contacts application) and GekoTask (a to-do list creator).To use the applications, you simply need a Persian language pack (such as Mersad 7’s own, in the link above) and to download the re. . . READ ON »
Posted August 22, 2010 at 06:00 am by Ben Elliott
The excitement (amid other emotions) about the imminent release of Windows Phone 7 has inspired a vast range of themes and skins, which give your device the look and feel of the new operating system. As the developer’s first contribution to the site, XDA member Nevralgeek has created both a static splash screen and boot animation in the style of Windows Phone 7, which will either help you to theme more of your phone’s software in this style or to complete the illusion of having a Windows Phone 7 device when showing it off to friends.
To enable the modification, users need only download the attached .zip, which contains both the .png and the .gif. Using a program such as Advanced Config, you can then pr. . . READ ON »
Posted August 21, 2010 at 01:14 pm by nqnguyen2
These days everyone could use a little help to shop smart. Last month, XDA member zaijian released AmazonIt!, a useful barcode application that shows Amazon.com prices and ratings.
This application makes it easier to compare prices and enables researching while away from a computer. Since then, zaijian has been working hard to develop AmazonIt! into a better application.
This latest version features more user-friendliness, touch-scrolling, manual barcode input, and a slew of bug fixes.
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Originally posted by zaijian
- Windows Mobile 5 or greater
- .NET CF 3.5 or greater
- Unlimited Data plan (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
Bugfix/new feature release
ENH support for international amazon s
Posted August 19, 2010 at 12:00 pm by nqnguyen2
XDA member zyphuris55 released an update for this nostalgic mini-game found in the popular role-playing game Final Fantasy IX. This card game consists of cards that depict various characters with values on them, whereby the values on the card determine the winner.
Originally written by zyphuris55
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- Added Wager window (cards only)
- Added ability to queue duels
- Added the feature for “Skilled” and “Random” wager skill levels
- fixed re-duel option
- removed the “free money” glitch
Currently working on:
- menu for the duel
- menu for the card selection
- save duel queue list
- Wager selector (Money, Card/ Money, and Card & Money)
- Ability to delete profile b
Posted August 4, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
Another funny game for those of you who let your kids play with your expensive toys, or if you simply are an 80´s child – is presented by XDA member savrix85.
The game features two modes (Arcade and Time Attack), where you have to hit down the kitties when showing on the window to advance to the next levels of the game. You can set on easy, medium, or hard as well as adjusting the duration in seconds.
The game can be found in Italian and English and will work on multiple resolutions and Windows Mobile 5 and up. Our dear friend and XDA member The0ne published a video here.
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Originally posted by savrix85
[GAME][02 Aug 2010] Hit the Kitty 1.12 – All resolutions
Hit the Kitty is a simple game for Windows Mobile.
Posted July 16, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
Every day we find more interesting stuff coming from WP7. This time, XDA member bugsykoosh extracted the sounds for alarms and ring-tones of the upcoming Windows Phone 7 from the latest emulator.
The sounds were extracted from a video, and on the compressed zip file you can find more than 20 new sound files for your Windows Mobile device.
Originally posted by bugsykoosh
The Alarms and Ringtones of Windows Phone 7
Here are the alarms and ringtones from Windows Phone 7 from the latest emulator build. They were created by taking Long Zheng’s video, extracting the sound and cutting it. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzrgG…layer_embedded)
Thanks to Anudeep for helping out!
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Posted July 8, 2010 at 06:00 am by Ben Elliott
Role-playing game fans among you may remember Tetra Master, one of the highlights of the small set of mini-games included within the legendary Final Fantasy 9 game for the PlayStation console. If this game means anything to you, then you may be pleased to learn that XDA member zyphuris55 has just ported Tetra Master to the Windows Mobile platform.
The card-based game is one of the most popular from the Final Fantasy franchise despite its baffling instructions manual. zyphuris55 has rectified this by improving upon the original manual and incorporating it into his application, allowing completely new players to get to grips with the game in a matter of minutes.
Although still in the early stages of developmen. . . READ ON »
Posted July 1, 2010 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
If you are a fan of weather applications, this one will be of your liking. XDA member PMoto points us to this animated weather forecast application for your Windows Mobile device, which features amazing video effects and the chance to get updates from different servers such as AccuWeather, GisMeteo, Intellicast, and more.
This application requires WM 5, 6.x and Net Compact Framework 2 or above in order to work properly.
Touch Weather Pro is not free, but you can have it for free just by visiting the official site.
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Originally posted by PMoto
A new Weather application is here to stay: Touch Weather.
Watch video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6Z5WUe8KDU
Animated Weather forecast for Windows mobile Pocket
Posted June 29, 2010 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
Some time ago, XDA member iperov presented this application to play a guitar on your Windows Mobile device. It is a very fun application and it comes with 2 good skins, which make it very easy to use. The app works on WM5 and up and it has been tested on QVGA resolutions, but it should work with others as well.
The developer shows this fun music application following the successful work of Omniano.
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Originally posted by iperov
iperov’s Pocket Guitar
App name: iperov’s Pocket Guitar
OS: WM5 and higher (not tested on WM2003)
ARMv4 (Samsung, …): 300 Mhz and higher
ARMv5+ (Texas OMAP, …): 183 Mhz and higher
Screen: QVGA and higher (not tested