Zune UI for Android
XDA member crackedvenom2 points us to a very interesting UI. If you like the Zune interface, you will probably love Zune UI for Android. If you have never owned a Zune, the UI is rather simple. It lets the user scroll through several menus with nice and smooth animations and transitions, while keeping graphical details to a bare minimum (the options on the menu itself are text and not icons).
So, if you feel like giving your Android device a more minimalistic Zune-like feel, take this app for a spin.
Zune Home is the app name. Its a zune launcher for android.
**Settings menu available now
**if youre having lag issues it may be your rom. Mine works close to perfect with ud 8 ocd at 800
He also said the unread sms, email, etc indicators are on his to do list
I might be the only one but i had a Zune HD and thought the UI was amazing.
Its one of the main reasons i want a WP7.
You can find more information in the UI thread.
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