Imagine a cellphone that only has a GPRS/WAP feature and understands WML but not XHTML. These kind of phones are typically in the $100 price range. People use them to make calls but rarely do they think of using them to browse Internet. There are mobile browsers that allow one to browse Internet using a cellphone, for example Opera Mini. But they are resource demanding, whereas the idea of this project is to use minimal resources while giving the ability to browse the Internet. In short, BomjPacket is like OperaMini, but it is WML-based and it is open-source!
Bomjpacket-2.0 Siberian Cutter advances mobile browsing to a completely new level.
Siberian Cutter is Nikita Mikhalkov's movie in which a crazy Siberian engineer spends his life building his dream gadget, just like me.
Of course, it is impossible for just one developer to implement a comprehensive browser. Therefore, I leveraged effort of a number of developers using their freely available projects as parts of my browser:
|Download Siberian Cutter||
Give it a try!
Enter the following URL into your WAP browser:
Bomjpacket comes to the rescue. You can use your cell phone to visit Amazon.com and find out if this price is too high. It turns out that you can get it for as little as $3.20.
|You have found this book at your local bookstore.||Bomjpacket allows you to go to Amazon.com. Enter the ISBN.||You can see its rating||and its price. You have found a better deal, congratulations!|