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Windows Phone 7 Theme for Android
XDA member iskapil let us know about this new theme for your device if you are willing to see how WP7 will look like. Windows Phone Android is a Android Launcher (or stand alone) application made to resemble Windows Phone’s Metro UI. Some members have reported some problems to make it work, so this app is recommended for 480 x 800 resolution screens. Battery Status and Signal Status code updated to include a wider range of devices and hopefully less f.c. on a lot of devices. Suitable for Android 2.1 and up.
App can be found on the Market.
Originally posted by iskapil
Apk of windows phone 7 android app
I just spotted a new and very promising android app, “windows phone android lite”. But I could not download it from the market. It’s a free app but maybe it’s restricted to US.
If anyone can download and upload it here, I would appreciate!
Or better give download links to mediafire / multiupload..
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