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Make Your Android Device Look Like Windows 7
Never satisfied with your device, no matter how many UIs you try? Want to make your Android look, feel, and behave like your desktop/laptop with Windows 7? XDA member aalopez10 has just posted this UI replacement for Android Eclair and up that will make your device look like Windows 7 (keep in mind I said Windows 7 and not Windows Phone 7). The UI seems to be well made and it has many apps and widgets to make it feel like the real thing (File Explorer, clock, calendar, and RSS widgets, and much more). The only drawback is that the whole UI is in Chinese, and it is a lite UI (meaning that some features are locked until the full app is purchased).
This is a nice break from all the other Launchers that we know and love. If you feel like taking a crack at translating this into English, feel free to drop by and help out.
(IM NOT THE DEVELOPER, JUST SHARING IT WITH OTHERS)
(REQUIRES ANDROID 2.0 AND UP)
Ok so i was kind of bored and was wondering around some websites for news,
and got into this chinese site with this awesome ” Windows 7″ emulator Launcher
it has a whole new experience for those windows mobile lovers that still want to have that windows experience on the android phone.
The whole launcher is in chinese which kind of annoying lol, but i still got somethings to translate, to make a couple of changes and take some screen shots.
i translate the whole info regarding this application with google translation on the google chrome browser, base on the info i translated it seems that its a “Shareware” app,
You can find more information in the app thread.
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