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Azure is a free blog client that supports Movable Type blogs.
KABLOG is a tool for mobile phones and PDAs that allows you to post photos and blog entries to blog servers and services such as TypePad, Movable Type, Blogger, WordPress, B2, Blog-City, UserLand (Radio), Roller, SnipSnap, and other blog servers that support either the simple blogger xmlrpc interface or the extended metaWeblog interface.
Mobup is a small J2ME application that manages photo uploads on Flickr from your mobile device built using the Flickr APIs. Once installed it gives you the possibility to shoot your photo and add title, tags and description, manage sets and groups from the same applications with optimal user experience and to post the shooted photo on your blog.
View, add, edit and delete blog entries using Atom API. It supports blog sites with Atom support such as Blogger.com.
MobileBlogger is a J2ME client for remote blogging through wireless devices supporting J2ME applicaitons. It enables the user to create, edit and publish blog entries using phones or PDAs which support J2ME. The application will utilize the Blogger API and the Movable Type API to enable posting of contents in your blog accounts.
RSS Reader is a mobile Java MIDlet application that runs on Java enabled mobile phones and devices. It uses kxml2 library to parse RSS feeds. User can store multiple RSS feeds as bookmarks.
Pebble is a very lightweight, personal blogger that is written as a web application to run inside standard J2EE web containers using standard technologies such as JSP, Servlets, filters, JSP custom tags, JSTL and JAXP.
Pebble moblog is a J2ME/MIDP client that lets you publish to your Pebble blog from your phone.