01
Aug
08

TouchXperience – A Different Windows Mobile Experience

x000952812 TouchXperience is the Next Generation User Interface for Windows Mobile, finger friendly and highly customizable, it offers many interesting features: program launcher, contacts manager, home screen, appointments, messaging, task manager, profile and event manager, call log, control panel, communication manager,…

TouchMenu is probably the most powerful and customizable menu, replacing original Start Menu for an innovative touch interface. TouchMenu supports finger scrolling and gestures, for example you can switch from a menu to another by sliding your finger left/right, or display context menu by a long press on the screen. You can also scroll menus using G-sensor. Each menu has four different views (large list, small list, large grid, small grid). As the rest of the future user interface, TouchMenu has a nice Vista/WM7 look.

TouchMenu has various built-in menus :

  • All Programs (Start Menu replacement)
  • Active Programs (Task Manager)
  • Recent programs
  • Favorite programs
  • Settings (Control Panel)
  • Documents
  • Favorite Websites
  • Contacts
  • Messaging
  • Appointments
  • Tasks
  • Calls (Call Log)
  • Communications (Comm. Manager)
  • RSS feeds
  • Power Actions
  • End Actions
  • One Touch Settings

But you can do much more by creating your own custom menus where you can add contacts, program shortcuts, website links, system actions (for example: reset device, rotate screen, sound profile, clock, brightness backlight, WMP status,…) or links to other menus. You can also replace icon for each program/folder/contacts/menu with a custom image.

TouchHome is a fully customizable screen where you can add various widgets and graphical elements (clocks, indicators, today items, texts, images,…). By default, TouchHome displays when you turn your phone on. You can make your own graphics and layout using XML. TouchHome can be also used as screen unlocker (unlock screen by sliding finger, by double tapping, by shaking device, using navigation scroll wheel,…).

Via Touchexperience.com


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