Windows Phone 7-style Notifications
With Windows Phone 7 looming on the horizon, many Windows Mobile users have been wanting to get a taste of the Windows Phone 7 interface on their existing device. Xda-devs member Jaxbot has released a WP7-style notifications app to complement his Windows Phone 7 theme. While the theme is still largely experimental and is made available with the associated caveat, this app largely ‘just works’.
Originally posted by Jaxbot
Hello! Here’s an experimental application I’ve been working on as a side project. I’m not sure whether or not I’ll continue it, but I thought I’d share what I have so far.
This application will display the Windows Phone 7 style notification using the top bar on the top coming down and displaying the notification. The current application you are using will be paused until you either ignore or view the notification.
Continue on to the application thread for the download.
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