orb3000 · Jul 5, 2010 at 12:00 pm

TouchPal Keyboard Skins

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 in the skins thread.


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