Max Manila 2.5 Ultimate 2.7 Beta Released
Max Manila 2.5 is a customization tool for TouchFLO 3D on WVGA and VGA devices. It lets you alter the look and fell of TouchFLO 3D to suit your needs and to fit your personality. Its features include eight different clock types and the possibly of having an Android-like analogue clock face on the home screen, 12, 16 or 20 short-cuts and panoramic wallpapers to name but a few.
The only real drawback is it wont work on older ToucgFLO 3D versions, at the moment it prefers to work only with version v2.5.19211619.0. and so far the full-screen capabilities of the program wont work with VGA. The best thing about this program is it can be installed simply with a .cab file and require no altering of the registry directly. And the settings can be edited within TouchFLO with a integrated user interface.
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