orb3000 · Jan 21, 2011 at 09:00 am

Windows Mobile Last Stand

How many of you think Windows Mobile will die? Before that happens (if happens) XDA member coolsac32 decided to create a thread containing some of the most wanted projects/applications that are still under development or that have stopped. The original poster considers himself a die hard WM fan and like him, we think more members will be on the same feeling about the operating system that revolutionized the mobile industry. You can find topics like Google Maps/TOMTOM/iGO TAB, Tasks/List Tab, Set default task app, Facebook Tab, books ync/social sync integration and many more, and the idea is to have more members collaborating on this last stand, so please step in and participate!.

Originally posted by coolsac32
[1-13-11 Update][DEV] Windows Mobile Last Stand

ok so the reason i amposting this thread is because we all know that windows mobile is dying due to: windows phone 7, android os, web os, and iphone os. i say that is total bs. not just because i am a die hard WM fan but because we are still creating more possibilities for our current WM devices. MAny of us have WVGA devices: topaz, rhodium, leo. and there are VGA and QVGA users out there too. and alot of us either cant change to newer phones because of the plan we are on (im on sprint SERO), no money, or we just want to keep the phones we have. i fall under all the above.
More and more worderful mods are arrising for HTC Sense, like CHT, new tabs, and max manila. we have fully customizable themes for nearly everything. will we see this kind of user capability on WP7? not sure as of yet.
So here is my proposition. We can let windows mobile die like the outside world wants, or we can keep on pushing until it is illegal to do so.
Here is my PRoject site.

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