Co0kie’s Home Tab v1.8.0 Released
Since its inital release, Co0kieMonster‘s extensive customisation mod for HTC Sense on Windows Mobile has become the most popular tool of its kind, being cooked into a handful of ROMs and inspiring members to go one step further when changing the layout of their own Manila interface.
Today, Co0kieMonster released the much anticipated update to the mod, bringing the version number up to 1.8.0. Included in the update is a plethora of new features, such as switches and notifications on quick links, ‘wide scrolling’ wallpapers reminiscent of those found on Sense for Android, customisation for the landscape layout of the tab, a fixed lock screen and a revised music player. Various noticeable tweaks to stability and speed are also part of the package.
The mod is compatible with almost all recent builds of Sense 2.5 and should work on any WVGA or VGA resolution device running Windows Mobile 6.5.x. WM 6.1 is also supported, although the included lock screen will not work. You can download the mod from the original thread and expect to see it arriving on your favourite custom ROM in the next few days.
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