ZeroIndex began life in July 2001 as a portal site for application developers working on the emerging J2ME platform for wireless handheld devices such as mobile phones. The site offered information on the MIDP 1.0 and CLDC 1.0 Java™ specifications, as well as downloads and technical information for developers new to this field.

In February 2003 ZeroIndex became incorporated and began offering software downloads on a commercial basis. Much of this software was entertainment based (games) along with some lifestyle and utility applications. Some of these legacy titles are still available to download from our mobile web site (visit using a Java-based handset). For more information about this part of our history, visit games and legacy apps.

In June 2004 ZeroIndex shifted its business focus into the core revenue generating area: providing business and commercial utility software on a consultancy basis.

In January 2010 ZeroIndex moved away from the JavaME™ platform to concentrate solely on the emerging Android platform from Google. This technology is now the sole concern.

Please contact Ross Ward (Technical & Business Development) at for an open and honest discussion of your creative ideas and business objectives.