orb3000 · May 8, 2010 at 11:04 am

GTX Inspired Showcase Skin

One of the most annoying things about WM devices is that by default you can only close an app by clicking on the start menu, settings, system, memory, and then running programs tabs. Most of the cooked ROM´s have included a better option for task managing, like e-Natives:

e-Natives Showcase is a free Finger Friendly and Resource Friendly Task Manager with professional skinning and a easy to use interface. It helps you control the running processes on your device, you have the ability to review all running processes, the memory usage and many other options.

Member ebbinger_413 has created a nice skin for the E-Natives task manager, Give it a try if you are bored with your actual look of your task manager app.

Originally posted by ebbinger
May 3rd, 2010
Initial Release

ABOUT

This is a skin for e-Natives showcase, a task manager. It is inspired off the recent GTX Sense theme. This skin supports all resolutions – (S)(Q)(W)VGA!

For more information and the download continue on to the application thread.


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