Think about the potential of this conversion tool! So many Java MIDlets, most of them games and useful software, converted to Android apps… It’s all done thanks to Myriad, a tool that handles conversion easily. This J2Android solution turns the MIDlet software into revenue opportunities for the Android community.


It includes features like adaptive screen scaling, emulation of virtual keypads, softkeys and much more. We all know about the quality titles “locked” in Java format, so it would be a pity to miss out on them while using Android handsets, right? Specially since the number of such phones is growing, with LG InTouch Max hitting UK carrier Virgin Mobile.

The same company announced the Samsung Galaxy Portal handset and we learn that HTC Desire and XPERIA X10 are also coming in April, completing the impressive list of Android devices. Orange has an exclusive on the X10, a great smartphone with an 8.1 megapixel camera, a 4 inch touchscreen display and a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor.

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