I have a J2ME MIDP application that I have developed. The nature of the application is that it is desirable for me to make it as easy as possible for people to get ahold of it. Ideally, I'd like for people who have the program installed on their phone to be able to send it to someone else's phone (e.g. via MMS).
I've been reading throught Nokia's documentation on OMA DRM, especially the bit on separate delivery which sounds exactly like what I'm after, BUT if I read things correctly, only a few phones at this stage support this, right?
What other methods have people used/tried in order to get their application out there as far/fast as possible? One I'm aware of is that people can just send the bookmark in an SMS. Can we use WAP push to actually have the application pushed to people's mobile phones? Are there any other alternatives?