Get Co0kie’s Home Tab v1.8.5 Now!
The immensely popular HTC Sense modification tool by Co0kieMonster has received another update and is now at version 1.8.5, with many fixes for bugs incurred from the previous update and a lot of new features added.
For those who don’t know about it, Co0kie’s Home Tab (CHT) gives you much more freedom when altering the layout of your Manila home tab. For example, you can add and move analogue clocks, quick notification bars and communications switches, while the mod also allows you to use three pages of quick links and Android-style sliding wallpapers.
The new additions include the option for skinning the soft key and task bars, for adding wallpaper controls such as ‘previous’, ‘next’ and ‘random’, an alternative lockscreen that will work for Windows Mobile 6.1 users and compatibility for the newest releases of Sense.
The full changelog can be viewed in this post, while the download link remains in the first post of the mod thread.
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