Metro Skinned Clock Coming Soon
Metro UI has become a corner stone of what Windows Phones should look like, and now your calculator can follow the trend. This skin created by XDA member Kamill simply made something that keeps the key aspects of WP7 (color, key layout, buttons), while still maintaining functionality. The application is expected to be released next week, and here is what the developer wants you to keep in mind.
in the meantime while working on my new UI (it’s getting harder and harder…) I’ve made a simple Windows Phone 7 style calculator. It’s a kind of preview of how I’d like my new interface to look like.
It needs some polishing still, but I hope to release VGA during the next week or so. WVGA will be ready some time later. I’m considering adding a landscape mode which would contain some more advanced mathematical functions.
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