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SHELL: Pointui Home for Windows Mobile Professional Smartphones released
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 02.01.08 - 18:19:55 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 14495x
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Since the Apple iPhone was announced, we have heard of many tries to make the Windows Mobile GUI a more iPhone kind of nicer look and feel. Many of these tries never made it to the public but there is a brand new one which was just announced late last month: Pointui Home.
Pointui Home want to give you back control of your device, without the need to fumble for a stylus anymore as Pointui Home is designed with generously sized controls.
Pointui Home's intuitive controls and highly responsive user interface makes using your device a breeze and here are a few of the key features it has to offer:

  • Control your device via touch or your thumb with the directional control
  • Smart Lists Navigation with bookmarks allows you to easily locate an item in even the largest lists
  • Choose the slide navigation that suits you
  • One touch access to calls, E-Mail, text messages and music
  • Easily see who and when calls were received, made and missed
  • Using the Applet Ribbon you can easily access the time, tasks, appointments, calendar and up to date weather forecasts and current temperatures
  • Easily manage your sound, wireless, battery and device settings
  • Easily create new E-Mails, text messages, multimedia messages, tasks, appointments, documents and spreadsheets
  • Load and switch between running applications effortlessly

All this and more is now available for free (even if the developer asks for a donation if you like Pointui Home). At the moment, Pointui Home supports and runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC Phone Editions and Windows Mobile 6 Professional smartphones with QVGA screen. Phone-less devices and VGA screen devices aren't supported yet.

Cheers ~ Arne

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