FreeCaddie and FreeCaddie Pro run on a wide variety of phones.
GPS capabilities are required of course (GPS via Bluetooth is often fine.)
Not sure about your platform?
Some common Android phones are:
Dream/G1, Droid, Eris, Hero, Magic/myTouch 3G, Moment, Nexus One, Pulse, Sprint Hero, and Tattoo
This site has a list of current Android phones:
This site has a good list of Windows Mobile phones:
FreeCaddie and FreeCaddie Pro should run on any Windows Mobile phone that is running Windows Mobile 5 or Windows Mobile 6.
Only the 3G and 3GS have GPS capabilities.
If you have unlocked a GPS device running Windows CE and the .NET 2.0 or higher framework is installed FreeCaddie should run on it.
Does your phone run midlets? Have you ever installed a JAR or JAD file? Then your phone is Java enabled.
Some common Java enabled phones known to run FreeCaddie are the following:
- Nokia: 5800, E71, N95, N97
- Samsung: Instinct