WenWM · Jul 17, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Throttle Launcher WP7 Theme Updated

Many people are currently searching for a new way to calm their WP7 envy, and here is a theme that will do it fr you. Created by XDA member Fireslave, the theme tries to pick up the upcoming OS’s experience on old technology. The update was not a major one, with very few changes, but these seem like a good reason for a update.

WHATS NEW

  • New bing page
  • Added wifi, bluetooth indicator and operator name on taskbar
  • Improved notifications(Now they are centered)
  • Fixed some problems with qvga and wqvga devices.
  • Improved code (Great speed performance)

If you are itching for a new experience, then try out this theme.


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