Windows Phone Android – A UI Launcher
By now, most of you will have seen images of the WP7 UI or perhaps seen the UI in real life. Well, if you fancy the looks of WP7 but want to stick to what you know on Android, Windows Phone Android may be your answer.
XDA forum member seraph1024 states that the Windows Phone Metro UI launcher for Android is now available in the Market.
The lite version of the launcher includes:
- Pin to front page tiles
- Remove from front page
- Uninstall apps
- Dark and lite themes
- 4 accent colours (blue, green, red and orange)
- Limited system messages at top of screen
Additionally, if you do not want to install the app as a launcher, you can also use the application in a stand alone manner.
For more information, head on over to the application thread.
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