Nexus One’s Cooliris 3D – Now For Droid Incredible
The Droid Incredible seems to have a little Froyo envy, so in order to fix that, XDA member ihtfp69 pointed us to this port, which gives you the Froyo experience. This version of a great album image viewer can now be used on your Incredible. Cooliris, a very popular Firefox/Chrome plug in can now be used to browse through all your images, edit, and pretty much show off to all your buddies on how awesome device is.
While this might be a near perfect port, there is one problem. You cannot send the images via MMS from the program.
Cooliris 3D Gallery Froyo Port FULL 8MP Support
This is the new Cooliris 3D Gallery that supports 24bit color and the full resolution on your camera. It was ported by someone from a Froyo build. Enjoy.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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