Many critics found HTC’s Sense interface a welcome change to the default Windows Mobile homescreen when it first appeared as TouchFlo some years ago. Since then, the application has been ported to Android, with its Windows Mobile incarnations unfortunately lacking some of the style of the port to the former operating system. However, over on the HD2 forums, XDA developer MrBeOTP2 has been hard at work on transferring some of Sense for Android’s trademark sheen to the Windows Mobile plaftorm.
The theming project makes the most of the stylistic freedom offered by the popular Co0kie’s Home Tab modification. Soft keys, program icons and the lock screen have all been skinned accordingly, and the theme includes a unique wallpaper which complements the softer edges of the on-screen graphics.
If you own a WVGA device, you can give the theme a try by following the instructions and downloading the files found in the theme thread._________
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