Windows Phone 7 Metro Dialer Skin
The Metro interface embraces clean lines and use of negative space which has garnered much praise in the mobile community. Now, user Livven has created a Windows Phone 7 Dialer for Windows Mobile. This is essentially a skin for your current dialer and should provide the basic functions needed for phone calls.
While the project is a work in progress there are two versions available for different resolutions; WVGA and QVGA. The dialer looks very sharp and simple the way the Metro interface was designed to be.
Originally posted by Livven
The Metro look of Windows Phone 7 is quite popular, because of its extreme simplicity and cleanness. No unnecessary effects like drop-shadows, gradients, beveled edges, but only plain black, white and different shades of grey.
This is a dialer which imitates the WP7-style. Remember it’s not final, for example the in-call screen hasn’t been skinned yet.
Check out the threads below for your specific device. Install it as instructed and please give some feedback to improve the project.
Continue on to this thread for the QVGA version.
Continue on to this thread for the WVGA version.
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