HomeScreenJump for Manila 2.5 Updated
We have plenty of hacks, mods, and themes available for Manila, Sense, and all of its variations. This time, XDA member dotcompt brings us his version of HTC Wildfire. If you are not familiar with it, Wildfire is a task manager type of application for Manila, which allows you to access any tab from a single screen, without having to use the Slider. You can activate the app by simply touching a button in the device. Still in beta, but the update brings a quite a few improvements and promises from the dev.
I was watching a Youtube video showing up the new HTC Wildfire with an awesome feature, pressing an hardware key you have access to an homescreen from where you can run the widget you desire.
So I´ve decided to create a small app for our Rhodium:
Name: HomeScreenJump for
Version: 1.2 beta
Description: HomeScreen from where you can jump to the Manila Tab you want.
Tabs available: Home, People, Messages, Mail, Weather, Twitter, Music, Photos&Videos, Call History, eReader, Documents, GPS Tracker, Settings, Calendar, Internet, Manila TV, Stocks, Footprints, Facebook and Programs Tabs.
You can find more information on the application thread.
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