egzthunder1 · Apr 14, 2011 at 12:00 am

New Cool 3D Launcher – Regina 3D for Android

I am sure that you have seen the launch of the ever popular SPB Shell 5 for Android platforms. This old timer has finally made its way from the world of Windows Mobile all the way to the little green guy’s door step. However, we are all very much used to seeing paid apps in Android that are in the US$1 to US$3 range. SPB seems to have been left in time because they are charging roughly the same as they used to charge for the SPB MS Windows Mobile versions (close to US$20 in case you were wondering). You want the nice 3D effects, the smooth scrolling, and all the different goodies that this UI has to offer, don’t you? Well, XDA member syrenz has pointed us to a very nice alternative that will give you all the 3D goodness that you (and your device) can handle. Regina 3D is a new UI for Android devices that offer widgets, 3D transitions, task manager, new drawer options, and much more. An interesting option is that you can give each one of your screens a different background, which is a nice alternative in case you are tired of the scrolling background that Android normally offers. Best of all? The UI is free!

If you have used it, please leave some feedback on the thread.

Regina 3D Launcher
A launcher that uses pure 3D graphics has arrived.
Regina 3D Launcher has exciting and dynamic 3D effects for your pleasure.
Browsing workspaces, creating shortcuts, and removing widgets have gotten a little bit more fun.
And that’s not all, we have more great features that you might be interested.
Now experience the excitement and fun you can have with all the cool features in Regina.
Video demo of Regina Launcher can be found on YouTube.

You can find more information in the launcher thread.

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