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HomeShortcut – HTC Sense Skin Style for Android
XDA member internauta2000 modified the home shortcuts with HTC Sense Skin Style so you can add shortcuts for all applications and activities, and edit their names and icons. Easy create website links, direct calls/message, and custom shortcuts on your Home screen. Supported on android devices with version 2.0 and up
The developer mentioned it was tested and working on 480 x 800 dpi. Please leave feedback.
Originally posted by internauta2000
[APP][7 jan] Home Shortcut 1.0 [HTC Sense Skin Style]
Hi again …
I modified this application for my personal use with the intention of integrating the sense interface style.
You Can Create labels with a long home shortcuts click on your Android home with sense interface, you can set your labels, save and import settings, change icons (sense original an other icons) to the labels, set bookmarks, multilanguage support, and more.
I hope you like it and enjoy
NOTE: Only tested on 480 x 800 dpi
Originally posted in the HD2 Android Development section.
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