Throttle Launcher Returns
Throttle Launcher is one of the very popular applications that have made their name known in the Windows Mobile world, and now its back! The application has gone without updates for quite some time now, and we now know why. The application hasn’t been released yet, but the post contains a very detailed video showing the newly found speed and stability that comes from the new UI. The best part about the whole thing is, the app does not loss its customizability.
Originally posted by APBilbo
After a lot of work in the last month, I’m proud to show you a little demo video of the upcoming ThrottleLauncher 1.0.Between many other improvements ThrottleLauncher 1.0 uses 3d hardware acceleration with OpenGL (for devices supporting it ofcourse) and includes a lot of new features like MNG and APNG animations support. The new version includes a new theme designed for VGA/wVGA resolution (qVGA and wqVGA is also supported).
I hope to release at the end of this week, or the beginning of the next one.The video shows TL 1.0 working on an HD2 (openGL powered), Touch2, Omnia and Diamond (openGL powered).
Let me know what you think!!!
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