Welcome to the website of AMORG!

AMORG is the mobile research team of the Department of Automation and Applied Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE DAAI). Our main profile is mobile application research and development and giving courses on mobile programming. We are the leaders in Hungary's mobile software development education with four related courses and trainings for industry partners. Software projects such as the world's first mobile BitTorrent and Gnutella clients and the first mobile DHT client were developed by AMORG.

News

Posted by: Tyrial | Date: February 1, 2013 | Comments:

We are happy to announce that MobTorrent 1.2 is coming soon for full touch devices including new Nokia Asha S40 devices as well.
Check out MobTorrent website for details and new version!

Posted by: Tyrial | Date: January 21, 2013 | Comments:
VoiceGuardBannerS40.jpg We are happy to announce that Voice Guard for new S40 devices is available from Nokia Store. Download from Nokia Store and rate it:
http://store.ovi.com/content/342731
VoiceGuard is a security and entertainment noise detector application.

Posted by: Tyrial | Date: November 26, 2012 | Comments:
andtorrent1.jpg We are happy to announce that an Android BitTorrent client was released that follows the trend of SymTorrent and MobTorrent.
DrTorrent was developed by András Bori in cooperation with BME AUT - Amorg team.
DrTorrent Android BitTorrent client is available for free in Play store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hu.bute.daai.amorg.drtorrent
Posted by: Kenley | Date: October 28, 2012 | Comments:

After a long delay and a sudden burst of nostalgia, I updated SymTorrent to support Symbian^3 SDK and fixed the memory card selection bug so that all drives are visible. Get SymTorrent 1.51.
I can't promise that there will be more updates but anyhow, if you find a bug or want a new feature, please submit it on GitHub.

Posted by: Tyrial | Date: June 24, 2012 | Comments:
AndroidCover.jpg Örömmel hirdetjük, hogy megjelent az első magyar nyelvű Android könyv "Android alapú szoftverfejlesztés" címmel!

A könyv az alábbi oldalon érhető el a SZAK Kiadó gondozásában:

http://szak.hu/?page=android-fejl

Posted by: Tyrial | Date: December 2, 2011 | Comments:
VoiceGuardBanner.jpg We are happy to announce that the lite version of MobSensor called VoiceGuard is available from Nokia Store. Download from Nokia Store and rate us:
http://store.ovi.com/content/61165
VoiceGuard is a security and entertainment noise detector application.

Posted by: Cyberci | Date: March 16, 2011 | Comments:

Amorg is paticipating in the community effort EBSF to provide better information for all the passengers on- and offboard via their mobile device. Our prototype, which runs on the Android platform, is aimed to optimize point-to-point travels, serve up-to-date schedule information with arrival estimations, and also has support for those visually impaired.
More info can b obtained from Gábor Bányász and Bertalan Forstner project leads.

Posted by: Kenley | Date: January 28, 2011 | Comments:

After the long waiting it is finally downloadable. Just search for "SymTorrent" using the Ovi Store client, or visit http://store.ovi.com/content/79370. If you like (or dislike) the app please write a review in Ovi (especially since user registrations is still not working on this site). I will check them all out.

SymTorrent has been removed from Ovi Store after one week. Download SymTorrent 1.50 from this site

Open the full post to read the change list.

Posted by: Cyberci | Date: October 15, 2010 | Comments:

Moving to a new office is always an exciting time in the life of a team. We are really proud to announce that we moved to the new University building Q, occupying a whopping 4 rooms now. To meet us, you can visit the new at QB 225, 226 (seniors), 235 (more space for the juniors) or 236 (what an amazing lab for students, stuffed with hi-tech equipment by Nokia, thanks).

Posted by: Cyberci | Date: October 4, 2010 | Comments:

To make its communication faster, Amorg decided to go to twitter. Follow bme_amorg for the latest news, events, deliverables and more!

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