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Sense UI Alternatives Collection for WM
Are you tired of Sense or simply want to test a different home UI? XDA member JDog2pt0 made a great thread collecting several options to personalize the home screen of your Windows Mobile device, you can find Windows Phone 7 and iPhone styles amongst other interesting offers, most of them for free.
Interesting to mention is how other members are participating on increasing the alternative collection, so step in and if you have a recommendation to include on the list, please do!.
Originally posted by JDog2pt0
Sense UI Alternatives
For those who are interested, I’ve started a thread on Sense UI alternatives. Sense is nice, but it’s always nicer to have options.
I’ve got these so far
SPB Mobile Shell (Paid)
Customize SPB Mobile Shell
Infinity (Free/Development Halted)
PointUI (Free+Paid/Development Halted)
MaxSense (NO CAB)
Androkkid (Free/Development Halted)
Wisbar Advance Desktop (Paid)
You can find more information in the compilation thread.
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