According to engadget (citing TouchPal as well as an internal source), HTC aims to replace Swype with TouchPal as the default input method in upcoming devices, including the new HTC One M9. The official TouchPal Twitter account also tweeted the engadget article about this, further confirming the move. What prompted this move? The CEO of CooTek, the company behind TouchPal, says it's because of their better contextual prediction and language support. If you actually look at the supported languages, you'll...
HTC Sense Espresso Docks for Android
Do you want to have the Espresso/myTouch 4G docks on Launcher Pro for your Android device? XDA member natehoch96 presents a set of more than seven well designed docks named Carrera, Downtown, Graffiti, Safari, Ruby, Wildflower and Red Rock. Any of them will give a deeper level of customization on your home screen. The developer also included a full tutorial on how to make Launcher Pro truly look like the Espresso Sense.
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Originally posted by natehoch96
UPDATE! I added 3 more variations of each dock. One variation has the Messaging icon on the right side instead of the Faves icon. The other is a market icon and the other variation is a completely blank dock with no icons on it. In addition to that, I made a transparent version of every dock (including the variations). Updated .zip file at the bottom.
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