Openwave Phone Simulator

Openwave Phone Simulator 7.0

Free
Developed by Openwave Systems Inc
5.0  (1 vote)
1.5
1.0.0.1 (See all)

Openwave Phone Simulator is a free software development kit that makes creating innovative mobile applications even easier. This flexible and powerful programming tool features the latest versions of the Openwave┬« Mobile Browser and Openwave┬« Mobile Messaging Client, as well as documentation and sample code for authoring wireless applications using XHTML/CSS and MMS-SMIL.

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