POSTS TAGGED: WQVGA
Posted August 13, 2010 at 03:00 am by mic_888
With the new season of the Premier League almost upon us, there’s bound to be football fans out there who’d like to have up to date information on their favourite team at the drop of a hat.
Well, XDA developer zorro1981 who has developed apps to follow the F1 and the World Cup, has now, along with Chinubrio, Ivan Musa and Ricardo Fraile, developed Premier League Pocket 2010 for Windows Mobile devices.
The app has the following features:
- VGA, QVGA, WVGA, WQVGA and FWVGA
- All information about Premier League
- Live mode: Advise of more important events during match
- Internet updatable
- All supported displays
- Improved graphical interface
- Vibration and sound
For more information and t. . . READ ON »
Posted August 12, 2010 at 12:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Some time ago we drew your attention to the initial release of Anuvadak, a very handy Google-based translation app for Windows Mobile. Since then, the application has matured to version 1.1.1; having been given new features and tweaks along the way.
In the newest version of Anuvadak, you’ll find support for QVGA, WQVGA and HVGA resolution devices, along with support for Japanese and Korean translation, and the ability to choose a different icon for the application. One of the most useful additions is that the application will now show dictionary items (for example, ‘noun’, ‘pronoun’, ‘adverb’) within the translation to make it easier to understand.
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Posted August 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
New themes are always welcomed by our community. In this case, XDA member Danni3 presents this well designed new theme for Windows Mobile devices.
For those bored with Sense, this new theme is based on the HTC1 concept by Andrew Kim.
Working on WVGA and WQVGA resolution devices running 6.5 and up, this project is on early development so expect some bugs and if you like it please leave feedback to developer.
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Originally posted by Danni3
[PRJ] [THEME][Throttle Launcher] HTC1 Theme [WQVGA/WVGA]
I know most of you probably won’t leave htc sense or w/e you’re running for this but I might as well post my current project for feedback and tips
based on the HTC1 concept by Andrew Kim:
Posted July 28, 2010 at 09:00 pm by mic_888
Windows Mobile device owners who are fans of Foursquare will soon have an alternative to the current WinMoSquare app available, as XDA forum member junalmeida is at the final stages of releasing a beta of mySquare.
Features of mySquare include:
- Using your location to find out nearby places
- See your friends latest check-ins
- View tips of places
- Share you experience with others
- Explore Foursquare and earn points and badges
- Use GPS or network fix
- Integrated with Google Maps
mySquare is currently in alpha but you can sign up to be notified when it becomes available. There will be two versions available – free and premium. The premium version will offer full integration with map services and an option to d. . . READ ON »
Posted July 5, 2010 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
For those members who already use the paid application TouchPal, this piece of news will be of your linking. XDA member drew2000 just updated this enormous skin/theme keyboard collection.
Windows Mobile users will find more than 7 different styles to choose from. All resolutions are supported on the developer’s work.
Originally posted by drew2000
TouchPal Keyboard Skins WVGA, VGA
Here is the link for TouchPal 4.0 it isn’t free but it is a fantastic keyboard, you can try for free
WVGA “Simple Black N White”N”Simple Blue N White” TouchPal v4
WVGA n VGA Black Texture V1 n V2 TouchPal 3.5 skin
WVGA n VGA and now WQVGA n QVGA Black Texture TP4 skin
You can find more information . . . READ ON »
Posted June 21, 2010 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
Not too long ago, we published an article on an Android type of locker for WM. XDA member APBilbo just updated ThrottleLock to version 0.9, but aside from the fact that it has tweaks and improvements for speed, this one in particular adds to new functions, neither of which you will find in any other locker app. The first one is that it allows the user to “peek” at the home screen, while disabling the touchscreen. In other words, you can look at your Home screen, but you cannot interact with it.
The second feature is that it supports 3D effects on HTC or Samsung devices equipped with GSensors. The 3D effect, for those not familiar with it was a proof of concept that the G Sensor could be coupled with the displ. . . READ ON »
Posted June 17, 2010 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
We all know our devices are not for kids, but if you have any and they love to play with your expensive “toy”, this theme created by XDA member doc3000 will be loved by your young ones.
Basic drawing, simplicity, some animals and a light blue background are the key components of this original theme for your Windows Mobile device. Working for WQVGA, WVGA, VGA, and QVGA resolutions. Included are several widgets for your home screen, like the elephant.
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Originally posted by doc3000
Thank naong for his theme “MobileSense”, MSkip and Vostradamus for their widgets.
– analog clock (Sense Mid Transparent)
– black temp (White Mid)
– weather (Sense Image Mi
Posted June 9, 2010 at 11:00 pm by Ben Elliott
There are already similar apps for the iPhone and for Android, but this is the first of its kind I’ve seen for Windows Mobile. iBrokeWM, created by XDA member Corwin9S, is a small and fun application that gives a Windows Phone the appearance of being heart-breakingly wrecked. The app simply places an overlay on the display and makes it look like smashed glass.
Using the app you can have hours of fun watching your HD2-owning friends squirm as they return to the room to find that their shiny, expensive love affair has been completely destroyed in their absence. Rather than apologising, you can then quickly close the application and claim that they should be thanking you for teaching them the importance o. . . READ ON »
Posted June 4, 2010 at 09:32 am by Ben Elliott
Both XDA members degake and hazzahex have separately developed modifications for the popular Volume Control app found on recent HTC ROMs, which allow you to change the colour of the volume bars and buttons to something more interesting.
Degake’s modifications (as seen on the right) include metallic shading and lighting and also feature an interesting ‘dot’ effect for the volume bars, which brings a very different look to the control. These modifications are available in any colour you like.
Meanwhile, hazzahex has also included skins for the Comm Manager switches to match the Volume Control themes, along with a different colour for its title bar too.
Both users’ mods can be fo. . . READ ON »