PicoScoop 3.8


PicoWireless has released version 3.8 of its free personalized magazine PicoScoop, which lets you follow breaking news business, sports and technology stories from a variety of sources including the BBC, New York Times, Reddit, NPR, ESPNĀ  and the Huffington Post.

New features in this release include:

  • Ability to turn images off to save both bandwidth charges and speed delivery of content.
  • Ability to refresh the main page.
  • View snippets of articles before deciding to view the entire article.
  • Graphical control area to move to the next article, vote articles up or down, view the entire document or return to the main page.
  • Various bug fixes.

Type: Freeware

Author: PicoWireless

Data Connection Required: yes

Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0

Screen Size: All

Touch support: Yes

Reported working on: Nokia Asha 303, Samsung Wave GT-S8500

Reported NOT working on:

Please let us know in a comment if it works or not on your phone.

The app “PicoScoop” (37 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”PicoScoop28″.

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for Java ME phones only. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

To download and install click here: DOWNLOAD (jad)

Alternate : jar file download

10 comments on this post.

  1. Omusembi says:

    like it

  2. Renie says:

    i want this

  3. thavala says:

    my phone model is samsung gt-e3233….please help me to get hike messenger

  4. Chpn says:

    Thanks Mr denis,, i will tryna check what u jxt said.

  5. Chpn says:

    I downloaded this app in my L170, but later i found out that i was ask to format my memory card. May be this app comes with so me kind of virus that is harmful to stored files. MR DENIS ??

    • Dennis says:

      I’m sure there’s no virus. I’ve installed Picomail on a number of phones without issues. Apps running in the Java sandbox have no ability to format SD cards.

      If you are being asked to format the card the request is coming from the phone’s OS, not any Java app. The OS will offer to format the card when it can’t read it. The usual reason is that the card isn’t seated properly or has gone bad.

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