HTC Notification-LIKE Theme for ArkSwitch
There are many task managers floating around out there, with lots of neat features and great UIs, and ArkSwitch is not the exception to this rule. This skin created by XDA member Showtime7 will be very welcomed by the users of this app.
Rendered in a HTC style/color layout, this powerful tool will be a good companion on your preferred ROM with Sense/Manila 2.1/2.5.
Working only for WVGA resolutions on Windows Mobile 6.5.3, but should work on WM6.5 as well.
Originally posted by Showtime7
[ArkSwitch] HTC Notification-LIKE Theme [WVGA]
Here’s my theme for ArkSwitch. I wanted it to look much like HTC’s notification enhancement since I use them side-by-side.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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