“Mobile software company Myriad Group announced J2Android, which will make it possible for Java-based mobile applications to run on Android-based phones, the company said on Monday. The J2Android tool converts existing Java applications, including games, to run on Dalvik, which is the virtual machine used on all Android devices. Besides converting the application, J2Android will let the application be rescaled to fit the screen of the Android device, according to Simon Wilkinson, CEO at Myriad. It can also add softkeys, if the original application was developed for phones with a numerical keypad, Wilkinson said.”
Myriad Tool Converts Java Apps for Android Phones
2010-03-22 Wireless 8 Comments
I’m guessing this thing will be priced too high for the average indy software developer, but it’s definitely good news for big J2ME software houses and for the Android phone owners who will undoubtedly be inundated with a treasure trove of newly-ported J2ME apps (in particular games).