Whereas Nokia pushed most of its efforts in building, developing, and promotion its Symbian operating system for smartphones before -- as well as other operating platforms like Maemo and MeeGo -- that is changing.
The same can probably be said about a number of other popular platforms, including Microsoft Windows Mobile, Palm Garnet OS (on the Palm Centro), Symbian OS (found on a number of Nokia smartphones, and Linux.
Compatible with Symbian smartphones, Driving Mania charges you with the task of navigating through an intricate track, collecting goodies without hitting other cars and other obstacles.
This marketplace focuses more on the applications and it largely caters to users with Symbian S40 and S60, but there is content for other operating systems that Nokia supports too.
However, the former was still running the Symbian operating system, which while free and open-source continued to have some problems that newer phones seemed to avoid.
There is a large developer community for this platform, and as such, you can find a huge range of PDA-style programs to run on your Symbian cell phone.
Alternatively, you will also find other platforms that are also capable of running mobile games, such as Symbian, Windows Mobile, and Palm OS.
The Android platform is meant to be a direct competitor to other smartphone platforms, like Windows Mobile, Symbian, and even BlackBerry.
As time progressed and the market expanded, other smartphone operating systems emerged, including BlackBerry, Symbian, and Apple's iOS.
Linux: Although less popular than Windows Mobile or Symbian, Linux is also a great option for having a cell phone with PDA software.