By Tara on Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Today we're officially launching support for Symbian software on Phoload. We've got a great portfolio of Symbian applications already uploaded to the site by software developers. This means that those of you with UIQ or S60 powered smartphones (such as the Nokia N series) can download these free Symbian apps, in addition to the hundreds of great Java ME apps and games already listed on the site. We've got some really great apps like fring, vtap and Skyfire, so you'll definitely find something useful or just plain fun for your mobile phone.
While we expect users to browse the site using the device filter, if you would like to check out a list of all the Symbian software, you can do so by visiting http://www.phoload.com/symbian.
By Tara on Monday, November 17, 2008
As of today, software created for the Android platform and compatible with the recently released T-Mobile G1 phone is now live on Phoload. There is lots of exciting software being produced for the Android platform, so we are very pleased to add Android support on the site. Thank you to all the Android developers who have already uploaded their software.
If you are one of the lucky ones to have a T-Mobile G1 Android phone, then you can filter the Phoload website to view the T-Mobile G1 Android software by browsing the site with your G1 phone. Alternatively, filter by the G1 using the 'Choose phone' option on the left hand side menu, or by using this direct link: browse Android software.
By Tara on Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Welcome to Phoload. We are very excited to finally launch the site. Phoload functions as a community website built around free mobile software and is designed to be simple, easy and fun to use.
It is an exciting time in the mobile scene. As the capabilities of phones increase, an ecosystem of innovative software is emerging, ranging from location based apps and social networks, through to community games. Such software is well represented on Phoload thanks to the contribution of over 120 developers who have taken the time to register and upload their games and applications in advance of the launch.