MicroSky is a planetarium for mobile/cell devices with Java-support and a connection to the Internet (preferably GPRS or UMTS). It is a very small J2ME-Midlet client/server application which retrieves its starcharts from the skyserver. It can display 2.500.000 stars, 8.000 deep sky objects, the constellations, the planets, local horizon, 1000 current comets, and minor planets. MicroSky provides lots of functions and settings for customizing the MicroSky-Charts to your individual needs.
Microsky v3 extends v2 with even more functions such as a more polished style, Bluetooth-GPS support and a offline mode that reduces the GPRS costs and enables MicroSky for outdoor regions without GPRS reception.
To use MicroSky on your mobile phone you will need a User and Password to login: Register here for free
MicroSky v2 for mobile devices which support at least J2ME MIDP 1.0
MicroSky v3 without Bluetooth-Api with internal bluetooth and offline feature for mobile devices which support J2ME MIDP 2.0 and no Bluetooth-Api (JSR 82)
MicroSky v3 with Bluetooth-Api with additional bluetooth and offline feature for mobile devices which support J2ME MIDP 2.0 and Bluetooth-Api (JSR 82)
Tech Tags: nokia, s60, series 60, s60 3rd edition, freeware