TouchXperience beta for WM
XDA member bratboo points us to the first beta 0.3.0.3 of TouchXperience UI for Windows Mobile devices. The developer describes it as “the next generation of UI´s”, interface is finger friendly and highly customizable featuring program launcher, contacts manager, home screen, appointments, messaging, task manager, profile and event manager, call log, control panel, communication manager, and much more.
As this is the very first beta version publicly available for testing, some bugs are expected so please leave feedback.
Originally posted by bratboo
[Release 10-12-10] – TouchXperience Beta 0.3.0.3 For Public Testing
Just want to share to you guys that the TouchXperience is open to public for testing!
TouchXperience: Sorry for the lack of updates, I recently moved and still have no Internet connection there. For those who missed it TouchXperience Beta 1 is publicly available, but keep in mind this is for testing only.
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