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This page lists some of the software that you can install on your Openmoko smartphone and describes other sources to find more software.  
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This page lists some of the software that you can install on your Openmoko smartphone and describes other sources to find more software.
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The purpose of this page is not to be exhaustive, but simply to provide an easy shelter where everybody can add links for Openmoko-related programs. Applications, scripts, projects, distributions, images at all maturity levels are welcome. Please limit each entry to one line. You may create a new wiki page or just provide an outgoing link.  
  
 
Some of these software are developed by Openmoko Inc. and some are contributed by the community. Any problems with community contributed software should be reported to the individual software developer rather than the Openmoko core team.
 
Some of these software are developed by Openmoko Inc. and some are contributed by the community. Any problems with community contributed software should be reported to the individual software developer rather than the Openmoko core team.
  
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== Where to find applications ? ==
 
  
Not all Openmoko apps are listed on this wiki - there are much more [http://projects.openmoko.org/softwaremap/ projects at the Openmoko GForge] than the wiki can list, not to mention self-hosted applications on their own websites. Actually the phones can run most Linux based Free Software, using for example the [[Debian]] distribution. The [http://handhelds.freshmeat.net/browse/1038/ mobile phones section of Freshmeat] may be a interesting place to look.
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== Application lists ==
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Please click the "List of ..." links below for more detailed information, like screenshots or availability on various distributions.  
  
 
'''Please note that not all of these applications are in a finished format yet.''' When they are complete you will be able to download them via a menu on the phone.    At the moment, following a recipe of commands in the console window may be needed to install.  This will of course improve with time :-)  
 
'''Please note that not all of these applications are in a finished format yet.''' When they are complete you will be able to download them via a menu on the phone.    At the moment, following a recipe of commands in the console window may be needed to install.  This will of course improve with time :-)  
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'''Please also note that there is some risk in installing developing software or software from an unknown source!'''  However, if the license for the code is an open source license then you have the comfort that anyone in the Openmoko community has the ability to check the operation of the software and thus malicious or vulnerable code is likely to be detected quickly.
 
'''Please also note that there is some risk in installing developing software or software from an unknown source!'''  However, if the license for the code is an open source license then you have the comfort that anyone in the Openmoko community has the ability to check the operation of the software and thus malicious or vulnerable code is likely to be detected quickly.
  
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Please assign new and existing application pages to this list, the related List of.. page and the related applications category to help readers finding it.
  
== Internet Applications ==
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== Where to find more applications? ==
  
{{Main|List of Internet Applications}}
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Not all Openmoko apps are listed on this wiki - there are much more [http://projects.openmoko.org/softwaremap/ projects at the Openmoko GForge] than the wiki can list, not to mention self-hosted applications on their own websites. Actually the phones can run most Linux based Free Software, using for example the [[Debian]] distribution. The [http://handhelds.freshmeat.net/browse/1038/ mobile phones section of Freshmeat] may be a interesting place to look.
  
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== Audio ==
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:'''[[FBReader]]<br>
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* Openmoko Mediaplayer 2 - Play music and video (mp3...)
:FBReader is a e-book reader program. It can work with txt, fb2, html and other various formats formats (more details).
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* Qtopia Mediaplayer - Play music (mp3...)
 
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* [[Openmokast]] - Play audio stream and slideshow stream
 
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* [http://katastrophos.net/andre/blog/software/quasar-media-player/ Quasar] - a mplayer frontend for X11
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* [http://projects.openmoko.org/projects/pythm/ pythm] - a mplayer frontend for X11
 
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[[Image:Openmoko mail.png|150px|center]]
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:'''[[Openmoko Mail]]'''<br>
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:An e-mail client for the [[Om2007.2]] distribution.
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:Download here:[https://projects.openmoko.org/projects/openmoko-mail/ project in projects.openmoko.org]
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== Bluetooth ==
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:'''[[ReMoko]]'''<br>
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:This applications connects through Bluetooth and turns your FreeRunner into a remote control for presentations, a multimedia (or media player) remote control, a mouse for another computer and much more.
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:Download here:
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:[http://code.google.com/p/remoko/downloads/list ReMoko Packages]
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:Compatible Hardware:
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== Games ==
 
== Games ==
  
{{Main|Games}}
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* [[Games/Om 2007.2]] - Many small games on Om 2007.2
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* [[Om 2008.8 Sudoku]] - Number placement based puzzle game
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* [[Scummvm]] - Plays certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games
  
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:[[Scummvm]]<br>
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:ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. The clever part about this: ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the game, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed!
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* [[Games|List of games]]
:Download here:
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:[http://rabenfrost.net/celtune/ipk/armv4t/scummvm_0.9.1-r4_armv4t.ipk http://rabenfrost.net]
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== Graphics ==
  
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* [[Orrery]] - Displays the night sky
 
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* [[OMView]] - Image viewer
{{:Kobodeluxe}}
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* [[PyPenNotes]] - Write notes using pen and touchscreen
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* [[Gpe-scap]] - Take screenshots
  
 
== GPS ==
 
== GPS ==
  
{{Main|GPS applications}}
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* [[GPS Sight]] - Display GPS information, location, tracks, etc, without maps.
 
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* [[Gpsdrive]] - Car (bike, etc) navigation system
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* [[Om 2008.8 Locations]] - (aka Splinter) - Location sharing based on GPS and SMS
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* [[Navit]] - Car navigation system with routing engine
[[Image:OrreryWithMenuTabs.png|150px|center]]
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* [[TangoGPS]] - Display map (OSM..), record GPS tracks...
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* [[Pyroute]] -  
:'''[[Orrery]]'''<br>
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* [[QMapControl]] - Display maps (OSM..) and add points, lines...
:Orrery displays the objects in the night (or day) sky.  It uses the GPS position, if available.
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* [[Qpegps]] - Display map with current position
 
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* [[Idle Hands]] - Give a task to you based on your location
:Download here:[http://projects.openmoko.org/projects/orrery/ Orrery]
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:Distribution:[[Om2007.2]], [[Om2008.8]]
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:[[TangoGPS]]<br>
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:TangoGPS is a map application which can utilize Neo's built-in GPS to show your current location.  It automatically downloads maps from http://openstreetmap.com and you can download map tiles for offline use too.
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:Download here:[http://www.tangogps.org/downloads/tangogps_0.9.3-r1_armv4t.ipk TangoGPS]
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:Distribution:[[Om2008.8]]
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[[Image:Roadmap1.png|150px|center]]
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:[[RoadMap]]<br>
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:Roadmap displays a map of the streets, tracks the position provided by the GPS receiver, identifies the street matching this GPS position and announces the name of the crossing street at the next intersection. A trip feature allows RoadMap to display routes, tracks, and provide some basic navigation information (distance to the next waypoint, direction, speed, etc..). You can download maps from http://openstreetmap.com and you can download map tiles for offline use too.
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:Download here:[http://www.linux4.be/fr/roadmap.html RoadMap]
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:Distribution:[[Qtopia]]
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== Other ==
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[[Image:Openmokast screen capture main.png|150px|center]]
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:'''[[Openmokast]]<br>
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:Openmokast is a digital broadcasting application that can use a USB DAB/DMB device to receive mobile multimedia services. 
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:Distribution:[[Om 2007.2]], [[Om 2008.8]]
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[[Image:Accelges-Recognize-1.png|150px|center]]
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:'''[[Gestures]]<br>
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:Gestures is a daemon that interpret measurements from the accelerometers and the movements you make with your FreeRunner. It also switches between portrait and landscape if it notices that your FreeRunner has been rotated.
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:Download here:
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:[http://accelges.googlecode.com/files/accelges_0.1.0-svnr204-r2_armv4t.ipk Gestures]
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[[Image:Mokopedia main.png|150px|center]]
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:'''[[Mokopedia]]'''<br>
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:Special compressed version of Wikipedia stored in your SD storage card.  Access to Wikipedia wherever you are!
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:Distribution:2007.2
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{{ApplicationBox|
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== Internet ==
  Name=Gpe-FileManager|
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  Description=A file manager application with MIME types and remote access support from the the GPE Palmtop Environment (GPE) project.|
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  Screenshot=Gpe-filemanager.png|
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  Homepage=http://gpe.linuxtogo.org|
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  TestedOn=Om2008.8|
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  PackageName=gpe-filemanager
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==Graphics==
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* [[Linphone]] - Voice over IP
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* Midori - Webkit based web browser
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* [[Minimo]] - Mozilla based web browser
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* [[Mokopedia]] - Read small Wikipedia dumps offline
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* Openmoko-browser2 - The original Openmoko web browser
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* [[Openmokast]] - Play audio stream and slideshow stream
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* [[Openmoko Mail]] - E-mail client
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* [[Instant Messaging|Pidgin]] - Instant messaging client (ICQ, MSN, Jabber, Yahoo and more.)
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* [[PyFeedRead]] - RSS feed reader
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* [[Qtmail]] - Default mail program on Om 2008.8
  
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[[Image:omview_thumbs.png|150px|center]]
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:'''[[OMView]]'''<br>
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* [[List of Internet Applications]] - Screenshots, website, availabiltiy
:Fast and simple image viewer.
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* [[:Category:Internet Applications|Internet applications articles]] in the Openmoko Wiki
  
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== Office ==
  
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* [[Epdfview]] - PDF reader.
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* Evince - Document reader for PDF, PS, DJVU and more.
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* [[FBReader]] - E-book reader program (TXT, FB2, HTML and more)
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* [[Gutenflash]] - Fast text reader by scrolling text
  
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=== More about Office Applications  ===
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* [[List of Office Applications]]
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* [[:Category:Office Applications|Office Applications category]]
  
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== Settings ==
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[[Image:Gpe-scap.png|150px|center]]
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:'''[[Gpe-scap]]'''<br>
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* [[Mofi]] - Wifi setup tool
:Screenshot application
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* [[Lint-wifi]] - Wifi setup tool
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* [[Om 2008.8 Installer]] - Graphical software installer
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* [[Opkg]] - Command line software installer
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* [[Sephora]] - Settings manager
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* [[SettingsGUI]] - Edit various settings
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* [[Wicd]] - Wifi setup tool
  
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== System ==
  
== System Software ==
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* [[Display Locker]] - Screen lock
This is software that mostly has no GUI. This software is usually used by other programs.
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* [[Gestures]] - Detect movement and display information, rotate screen
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* [[Keychain]] - SSH keys
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* [[MokoFEM]] - Monitors GMS information
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* [[Mokostat]] - Monitors battery
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* [[Openmoko Bluetooth remote controller|ReMoko]] - Control stuff via BlueTooth
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* [[Rotate]] - Rotate screen when phone is rotated
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* [[Terminal]] - Commando prompt
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* [[Ts calibrate]] - Calibrates touchscreen
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* [[Zedlock]] - Screen locker
  
'''[[Rotate]]'''<br>
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== Telephony ==
This program just rotates the screen according to the position of the Neo FreeRunner. It's just one C file, but it works very well.
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'''[[Thumbtribes]]'''<br>
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* [[Dialer/2007.2]] - The dialer application in Om 2007.2
Low bandwidth distance calculation daemon.
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'''[[Video Player]]'''
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== Utility ==
  
It plays mpeg-4 320x240 stretched fullscreen, however other formats will require transcoding.
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* [[HP48 Series RPN Calculator]] - Calculator with many functions
  
== See also ==
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== Video ==
  
* [[Om 2007.2 Applications]]
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* [[Video Player]] - Using Mplayer on Openmoko smartphones
* [[:Category:Applications|Applications category]]
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[[Category:Basic End User]]
 
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Revision as of 21:14, 30 September 2008

This page lists some of the software that you can install on your Openmoko smartphone and describes other sources to find more software.

The purpose of this page is not to be exhaustive, but simply to provide an easy shelter where everybody can add links for Openmoko-related programs. Applications, scripts, projects, distributions, images at all maturity levels are welcome. Please limit each entry to one line. You may create a new wiki page or just provide an outgoing link.

Some of these software are developed by Openmoko Inc. and some are contributed by the community. Any problems with community contributed software should be reported to the individual software developer rather than the Openmoko core team.


Contents

Application lists

Please click the "List of ..." links below for more detailed information, like screenshots or availability on various distributions.

Please note that not all of these applications are in a finished format yet. When they are complete you will be able to download them via a menu on the phone. At the moment, following a recipe of commands in the console window may be needed to install. This will of course improve with time :-)

Please also note that there is some risk in installing developing software or software from an unknown source! However, if the license for the code is an open source license then you have the comfort that anyone in the Openmoko community has the ability to check the operation of the software and thus malicious or vulnerable code is likely to be detected quickly.

Please assign new and existing application pages to this list, the related List of.. page and the related applications category to help readers finding it.

Where to find more applications?

Not all Openmoko apps are listed on this wiki - there are much more projects at the Openmoko GForge than the wiki can list, not to mention self-hosted applications on their own websites. Actually the phones can run most Linux based Free Software, using for example the Debian distribution. The mobile phones section of Freshmeat may be a interesting place to look.

 

Audio

  • Openmoko Mediaplayer 2 - Play music and video (mp3...)
  • Qtopia Mediaplayer - Play music (mp3...)
  • Openmokast - Play audio stream and slideshow stream
  • Quasar - a mplayer frontend for X11
  • pythm - a mplayer frontend for X11

Games

More information:

Graphics

GPS

  • GPS Sight - Display GPS information, location, tracks, etc, without maps.
  • Gpsdrive - Car (bike, etc) navigation system
  • Om 2008.8 Locations - (aka Splinter) - Location sharing based on GPS and SMS
  • Navit - Car navigation system with routing engine
  • TangoGPS - Display map (OSM..), record GPS tracks...
  • Pyroute -
  • QMapControl - Display maps (OSM..) and add points, lines...
  • Qpegps - Display map with current position
  • Idle Hands - Give a task to you based on your location

Internet

  • Linphone - Voice over IP
  • Midori - Webkit based web browser
  • Minimo - Mozilla based web browser
  • Mokopedia - Read small Wikipedia dumps offline
  • Openmoko-browser2 - The original Openmoko web browser
  • Openmokast - Play audio stream and slideshow stream
  • Openmoko Mail - E-mail client
  • Pidgin - Instant messaging client (ICQ, MSN, Jabber, Yahoo and more.)
  • PyFeedRead - RSS feed reader
  • Qtmail - Default mail program on Om 2008.8

More information:

Office

  • Epdfview - PDF reader.
  • Evince - Document reader for PDF, PS, DJVU and more.
  • FBReader - E-book reader program (TXT, FB2, HTML and more)
  • Gutenflash - Fast text reader by scrolling text

More about Office Applications

Settings

System

Telephony

Utility

Video

Personal tools

This page lists some of the software that you can install on your Openmoko smartphone and describes other sources to find more software.

The purpose of this page is not to be exhaustive, but simply to provide an easy shelter where everybody can add links for Openmoko-related programs. Applications, scripts, projects, distributions, images at all maturity levels are welcome. Please limit each entry to one line. You may create a new wiki page or just provide an outgoing link.

Some of these software are developed by Openmoko Inc. and some are contributed by the community. Any problems with community contributed software should be reported to the individual software developer rather than the Openmoko core team.


Application lists

Please click the "List of ..." links below for more detailed information, like screenshots or availability on various distributions.

Please note that not all of these applications are in a finished format yet. When they are complete you will be able to download them via a menu on the phone. At the moment, following a recipe of commands in the console window may be needed to install. This will of course improve with time :-)

Please also note that there is some risk in installing developing software or software from an unknown source! However, if the license for the code is an open source license then you have the comfort that anyone in the Openmoko community has the ability to check the operation of the software and thus malicious or vulnerable code is likely to be detected quickly.

Please assign new and existing application pages to this list, the related List of.. page and the related applications category to help readers finding it.

Where to find more applications?

Not all Openmoko apps are listed on this wiki - there are much more projects at the Openmoko GForge than the wiki can list, not to mention self-hosted applications on their own websites. Actually the phones can run most Linux based Free Software, using for example the Debian distribution. The mobile phones section of Freshmeat may be a interesting place to look.

 

Audio

  • Openmoko Mediaplayer 2 - Play music and video (mp3...)
  • Qtopia Mediaplayer - Play music (mp3...)
  • Openmokast - Play audio stream and slideshow stream
  • Quasar - a mplayer frontend for X11
  • pythm - a mplayer frontend for X11

Games

More information:

Graphics

GPS

  • GPS Sight - Display GPS information, location, tracks, etc, without maps.
  • Gpsdrive - Car (bike, etc) navigation system
  • Om 2008.8 Locations - (aka Splinter) - Location sharing based on GPS and SMS
  • Navit - Car navigation system with routing engine
  • TangoGPS - Display map (OSM..), record GPS tracks...
  • Pyroute -
  • QMapControl - Display maps (OSM..) and add points, lines...
  • Qpegps - Display map with current position
  • Idle Hands - Give a task to you based on your location

Internet

  • Linphone - Voice over IP
  • Midori - Webkit based web browser
  • Minimo - Mozilla based web browser
  • Mokopedia - Read small Wikipedia dumps offline
  • Openmoko-browser2 - The original Openmoko web browser
  • Openmokast - Play audio stream and slideshow stream
  • Openmoko Mail - E-mail client
  • Pidgin - Instant messaging client (ICQ, MSN, Jabber, Yahoo and more.)
  • PyFeedRead - RSS feed reader
  • Qtmail - Default mail program on Om 2008.8

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Office

  • Epdfview - PDF reader.
  • Evince - Document reader for PDF, PS, DJVU and more.
  • FBReader - E-book reader program (TXT, FB2, HTML and more)
  • Gutenflash - Fast text reader by scrolling text

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