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TouchXperience Applications Released
Although the TouchXperience User Interface, which aims to be an alternative to HTC’s Sense or SPB Mobile Shell, is still in beta, the developer schaps just released some new apps which can be used by itself.
- Time Synchronizer: Synchronizes your device clock with an Internet time server
- File Editor: Notepad-like app which allows you to edit any files with a text or hexadecimal editor
- TouchPaint: Like Microsoft Paint, can be used for drawings etc.
- Capture Tool: Takes screenshots of your device, with many advanced features
- Security Manager: Allows you to change security configuration of your device
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