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There are some well polished, shiny applications out there that do what they should and are reliable for actually using them, not only playing with them.

If you think an application should be added to this list, please open a thread on the om-community mailinglist first to discuss the app so that this list's quality stays high. (At least my opinion. Tanuva)

System boot.png Intone

Mplayer frontend

  • Plays everything mplayer eats
  • Makes use of bluetooth headsets and their control buttons


Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/intone/
Package: intone
Tested on: Om2009T5, SHR


System boot.png Mokomaze

You know that game where you have a metal ball on a tiltable wooden board and have to get it to the finish avoiding holes? Here you are. Addictive!

  • 48 levels included
  • Online level editor


Homepage: http://mokomaze.projects.openmoko.org/
Package: mokomaze
Tested on: Om2009T5, SHR, Debian


System boot.png TangoGPS

Displays Openstreetmap.org maps

  • Downloads tiles automatically if an internet connection is available
  • Shows POIs
  • Tracks your movement and displays current speed
  • Good for Geocaching


Homepage: http://www.tangogps.org/gps/cat/About
Package: tangogps
Tested on: Om2009T5, SHR


Personal tools

There are some well polished, shiny applications out there that do what they should and are reliable for actually using them, not only playing with them.

If you think an application should be added to this list, please open a thread on the om-community mailinglist first to discuss the app so that this list's quality stays high. (At least my opinion. Tanuva)

System boot.png Intone

Mplayer frontend

  • Plays everything mplayer eats
  • Makes use of bluetooth headsets and their control buttons


Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/intone/
Package: intone
Tested on: Om2009T5, SHR


System boot.png Mokomaze

You know that game where you have a metal ball on a tiltable wooden board and have to get it to the finish avoiding holes? Here you are. Addictive!

  • 48 levels included
  • Online level editor


Homepage: http://mokomaze.projects.openmoko.org/
Package: mokomaze
Tested on: Om2009T5, SHR, Debian


System boot.png TangoGPS

Displays Openstreetmap.org maps

  • Downloads tiles automatically if an internet connection is available
  • Shows POIs
  • Tracks your movement and displays current speed
  • Good for Geocaching


Homepage: http://www.tangogps.org/gps/cat/About
Package: tangogps
Tested on: Om2009T5, SHR