IE+ Browser For Windows Phone 7
While many have their eyes set on Apollo, the next iteration of Windows Phone, the platform still manages to get stronger every thanks to our developers. Based on the built-in Internet Explorer browser, XDA Forum Member roqstr presents the IE+ browser, which adds the following modifications:
- Support for up to 10 Tabs
- Customizable Themes
- Full-screen Mode
- Custom Address Bar Position
- Live Tile Support
- Simple Sharing
- Innovative Suggestion Box
- Picture Viewer
- Up to 10 Home Pages
- Custom Context Menu
- And more…
Remember this is the first beta version of the app, so expect some bugs. Just make sure to do your civic duty by reporting them in order to help improve future versions. In the words of the developer:
Okay folks, i think it’s time for the open beta. Please do not mind that I did not updated the Help, will be done soon + refreshing the old attached pictures.
I hope everything is self explaining, if not: PM ME! Follow this thread for further updates and changes!
Continue on to the original thread to get started with the open beta!
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