|Based on a subset of HTML 4.0 standard, Compact
NetFront extends the existing Internet infrastructure to support
the next generation of mobile information appliances with memory,
display and bandwidth constraints. With NetFront embedded in
cellular phones, users can access various services such as weather
forecasts, transportation schedules, data searches, and news updates
at anytime and anywhere.
||PicoBrowser (MIDP): A tiny cHTML compatible web browser written
for the MIDP platform.
||cHTML / WAP / xHTML browser
||The KEMURI is an Open Source, Java-based i503 iAppli emulator.
It's useful to developers looking for a way to develop and debug
iAppli programs for the NTT DoCoMo i503 series handsets. The KEMURI
is currently implemented as a Java Applet. As such, it's also useful
to vendors who wish to demo their iApplis without requiring the user
to download and install another program.
browser for Windows
||Java i-mode emulator
| Seiichi Nishimura
iMode Emulator emulates D501i/F501i, P501i, N501i (in Japanese)
page (in Japanese)
||CellHtml - MIDP CHTML
Browser CellHtml supports most of CHTML tags with extra
enhencements. As the name implied, CellHtml enables a MIDP Java
phone (or device) to act as micro HTML browser, and allows users to
receive any basic HTML documents at anytime from anywhere.
OpenMobility Open Source Palm-based browser suite. Supports cookies,
SSL, WAP, i-mode, color, and more. Vagabond is a client-server
program that extends Internet access far beyond Palm's traditional
web clipping model, and far beyond the defunct DPWeb browser.
i-mode Browser A Java based Imode micro-browser which
runs on the NTT DoCoMo's iAppli platform. It is a thin micro-browser
using less than 10 Kbytes of space on the phone and has been
developed keeping in mind the memory of phone
Embedded XHTML Basic Browser. An XHTML Basic browser able to display
and to exploit the XML pages sent by a web server.
|noir et blanc.org
emulator Another web cHTML emulator.
( formerly phone.com + software.com )
Browser Universal Edition The Universal Edition leverages Mobile
Browser's flexible architecture to support a variety of existing and
emerging networks and mobile information technologies. Includes
support for the anticipated WAP 2.0 standards and options and markup
languages including WML, XHTML, and cHTML.
||Browser for Windows supports WML and cHTML. Apart from Opera's
support for open standards, Opera's modular architecture allows for
custom configurations, letting the modules act as 'components'
within other applications.
Browser 2.0 for Palm OS 5. Supports Internet Standards HTML
|Wapaka by Digital
||Wapaka is a Java
programmable microbrowser for Java-based mobile platforms that
combines the power of Java with WML, XHTML and cHTML (i-mode) within
the same programming environment.
||Emulate your site on European or Japanese i-mode mobiles. Mimic
emulates either an N400i (European) or N505i (Japanese) i-mode