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Stormy7 for Windows Phone 7
Do you like weather apps Here is a fun application that will add some effects to your Windows Phone 7 screen. XDA member eizsoft presents Stormy7, which includes a realistic condensation effect which can be wiped away by blowing into the microphone and wiping the steam on your screen with your fingers. It features realistic water droplets when wiping that move when you move your phone, a real storm with lightning, thunde, rain, and an extra thunder button.The free version is the same as the paid one, but it is ad supported.
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Originally posted by eizsoft
The most natural storm experience on your phone, stormy 7 is the first app to allow you to wipe the steam on your window on a stormy day and express your inner artist!
Impress your friends and children by a realistic condensation upon blowing the microphone and enjoy wiping the steam (tilt your device to move the water drops!)
A blasting experience with these amazing features:
-Realistic water droplets when wiping that move when you move your phone.
-A real storm with lightening, thunder and rain and an extra thunder button!
-Blow your microphone to make more condensation and see your drawing fade away leaving tracks.
-Change the microphone sensitivity setting to have the most natural blowing on any device.
Great missing features from the free version:
-Hit the thunder button when it appears for extra action.
-Take a screen shot from the setting menu.
-Change the background from the camera or gallery.
p.s.: don’t forget to dry your clothes!
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