Microimage Color SMS is a Java application that works with java enabled phones which allows user to type text using various colors, emotions, include background themes and send as normal text message. The application supports majority of java enabled MIDP 2.0 phones irrespective of handset manufacturer. Both sender & receiver should have the installed color sms application to work.

Features

  • Add colors to your text messages
  • Add emotions and cool icons
  • Providing language localization
  • Cool background themes
  • Handset compatibility required (supports java MIDP 2.0 handsets)
  • Supports wide range of handsets irrespective of manufacturer

Requirements

  • Mobile phone should support following features
  • Java Enable phone with MIDP 2.0 irrespective of model/manufacturer
  • GPRS Connection (For application downloading only)
  • Able to run 70kB applications

Supported Hansets

Nokia

3152, 3155, 3155i, 3220, 3230, 5140, 5140i, 5200, 5300, 5500, 6020, 6021, 6030, 6060, 6070, 6080, 6085, 6086, 6101, 6102, 6102i, 6103, 6111, 6125, 6126, 6131, 6133, 6136, 6170, 6230, 6230i, 6233, 6234, 6235, 6235i, 6255, 6260, 6265, 6265i, 6270, 6275, 6275i, 6280, 6282, 6288, 6290, 6300, 6600, 6620, 6630, 6670, 6680, 6681, 6682, 6822, 7260, 7610, 7700, 7710, 8800, 8801, 9300, 9300i, 9500, E50, E60, E61, E62, E70, N3250, N70, N71, N72, N73, N75, N76, N80, N90, N91, N92, N93, N93i, N95

Sony-Ericsson

M600, D750, F500, F500i, J300, K300, K310, K320, K320i, K500, K500c, K500i, K510, K600, K608, K610, K700, K700c, K700i, K750, K790, K800, K800i, W830, P900, P908, P910, P910a, P910c, P910i, P990i, S700, S700c, S700i, V600, V630, V800, V802, W300, W550, W600, W710, W710i, W800, W810, W810i, 2610, W830i, W850, W850i, W900, W900i, W950i, Z1010, Z300, Z300a, Z500, Z500a, Z500i, Z520, Z525, Z530, Z710, Z800

Motorola

2610, A1000, A1200, A630, A728, A780, A845, A910, C380, C650, C975, E1, E1000, E2, E398, E6, E680, E680i, E770, I870, K1, L2, L6, L6i, L7, MPx200, Motokrzr_K1, Motorazr-maxx-V6, Motorazr_V3, Motorazr_V3e, Motorazr_V3i, Motorazr_V3t, Motorazr_V3x, Motorazr_V3xx, Motorizr_Z3, Motorokr_E1, Motorokr_E2, Motorokr_E6, Motoslvr_L7, PEBL-U6, SLVR, T725, V1100, V180, V195, V197, V220, V3-CLDC1.0, V3-CLDC1.1, V300, V303, V360, V365, V3e, V3i, V3t, V3x, V3xx, V400, V500, V525, V550, V551, V6, V600, V620, V635, V8, V80, V980, Z3, i730, 2610, SGH-E770, SGH-C130, SGH-D500, SGH-D520, SGH-D600, SGH-D608, SGH-D800, SGH-D820, SGH-D828, SGH-D900, SGH-D908, SGH-E380, SGH-E388, SGH-E390, SGH-E490, SGH-E500, SGH-E530, SGH-E570, SGH-E720, SGH-E730, SGH-E760, SGH-E780, SGH-E788, SGH-E810, SGH-E898, SGH-E900, SGH-P300, SGH-P310, SGH-P858, SGH-T509, SGH-T619, SGH-T709, SGH-T809, SGH-X700, SGH-X708, SGH-X820, SGH-Z400, SGH-Z540, SGH-Z560, SGH-Z720, SGH-ZM60

 

The Disaster and Emergency Warning Network (DEWN) is a suite of GSM based technologies, devices and methodologies based on an end-to-end GSM implementation.

DEWN uses a suite of GSM network based and device based GSM technologies to alert citizens of impending disasters. DEWN supports SMS/Cell Broadcast activated GSM remote-alarm devices, cell broadcasting to GSM Handsets and multi-lingual SMS. Alerts are issued through a secure computer application where the text, geographical area and recipients (individuals or groups) can be selected for the message. The interface between this application and the GSM Network entities (SMSC/CBC) is done via a message broker. The messaging system supports the internationally accepted Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) with the ability to easily integrate other generic alerting mechanisms.

The development of DEWN was spearheaded by Dialog Telekom and supported by project partners Microimage and the Dialog-University of Moratuwa Mobile Communications Research Laboratory. The proof of concept has been successfully installed and demonstrated in partnership with the Government of Sri Lanka.

Microimage was involved in overall design as well as component design & development. Microimage developed the required multi-lingual alerting client for mobile handsets and also developed the DEWN message broker middleware. The DEWN message broker middleware connects to SMSC (for SMS) and CBC (for Cell Broadcasting). It offers host of features with advance configuration and customization capabilities. DEWN middleware application is a web based application.

Microimage designed components includes, - Java based multi-lingual/multi-alarm Alerting client - Symbian based alerting client for Cell Broadcast based alerting - Design & Development of advanced middleware & related application.

DEWN won many local awards and was recognized by GSM World Awards as commendable Solution. Also it was featured in many publications, seminars and conferences. It’s been deployed for many pilot disaster and early warning projects. The disaster management center of government of Sri Lanka is in the process of deploying the solution.

More details on DEWN could be obtained by visiting DEWN – Innovation for inclusion Site.

We are a leading mobile application developer with number of local & global recognition to date. We have ventured into mobile space during the feature phone era back in 2004 to build a comprehensive solution for local language SMS, email and WAP browsing for emerging markets. Our pioneering efforts in this space were recognized by GSMA.

After the Indian ocean tsunami we together with Dialog Axiata (Sri Lanka’s #1 Mobile Operator) embarked on another mission to build DEWN - worlds first GSM based early warning solution. Today DEWN (Disaster & Early Warning Network) is deployed for public warning with Disaster Management Center of Government of Sri Lanka.

With the advent of smart phone revolution we embarked on couple of other pioneering projects by building BookHUB – Sri Lanka’s first ever eBookStore and Thaala – Sri Lanka’s first on demand legal music delivery service.

Over the years we have built strong competencies in handset specific app development, messaging technologies and specialized applications, which interface with mobile networks/mobile devices.

Explore, some of our pioneering work in the Mobile Space

 

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