Mobile Finance v1.0 for WM
XDA member joeylicc presents this application for stocks with all the HTC Sense interface style. You can add or remove stocks, see detailed information, schedule for downloading the latest info, all in all same features as the original Sense Stocks tab, but now you can install it by separate to your Windows Mobile device.
Originally posted by joeylicc
[App] Mobile Finance v1.2
I have created a simple stock quote application with HTC Sense Interface Style.
It’s basically a port of the HTC Sense Stock application.
All suggestions are welcomed.
Thank you very much eboelzner shared his Sense Interface SDK.
This application is built upon Sense Interface SDK.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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