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Easy Today Launcher: Launcher Plugin for Windows Mobile
Many users prefer the more complex user interface plugins, such as HTC Sense and SPB Mobile Shell, you might just enjoy a light-weight today plugin, which can perform just as well. This new today plugin enables you to launch applications directly from the Windows Mobile today screen.
The application was created by XDA member loffactory, and it is compatible with most touchscreen Windows Mobile devices.
Originally posted by Loffactory
Easy Today Launcher is a today Plug-In lets you add shortcuts to their favorite aplication on the today screen.
All bug reports, fresh ideas and recommendations are welcome.
He has updated it to version 22.214.171.124, which adds some extra functionality:
- New: Another method for choosing an application or document
- New: Possibility to pass arguments
- New: Option to change text size
- New: Option to change the height of the slots and text
- Improved: Unlimited slots
- Improved: Mora stable, faster and without apparent failures
- Application partially rewritten
You can find the application, feedback, as well as more information in the application thread.
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