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UTILITY: V2R releases Active UI MultiTouch for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 16.10.07 - 15:10:28 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12053x
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V2R today released its new Active UI MultiTouch plug-in which allows you to control all the latest V2R Active plug-ins with your finger - something which becomes even handier now, with HTC's new biotouch display technology which is used for the HTC Touch and HTC Touch Dual.
Active UI MultiTouch adds a small and multi functional plug-ins to your Windows Mobile Professional and Classic Pocket PC's Today screen.
For instance, the V2R MultiTouch plug-in allows you to control WiFi, vibration, time and date, your alarms and device lock, or just to start any of the the other V2R Active plug-in's:

MultiTouch adds the following V2R Active plug-in's to your Today screen:

  • V2R PhotoDialer 2, to call your favorite people directly from the Today screen
  • V2R MediaPlayer, to listen to your favorite songs directly from the Today screen
  • V2R Notifications, to be informed about the latest missed events
  • V2R VExplorer, to add your favorite applications
  • V2R Active UI, to start your favorite applications from the Today screen

Even more V2R's Active UI MultiTouch allows you to use most of the animations you already got or you can find on V2R's Bundles page.
V2R Active UI MultiTouch works with Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC and Windows Mobile 6 Classic and Professional devices and is available free of charge from V2R.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Taylor on 17.10.07 - 08:11:27

Wait, are the htc touches multitouch???????? I didn't think that this hardware worked with windows mobile, because even if the hardware is multitouch, windows mobile isn't.

Posted by Arne Hess on 17.10.07 - 09:15:33

No, the software name doesn't refer to multitouch in terms of hardware (as offered by the iPhone) but to "multiple touches on the Today screen".
And you are right, neither the Touch/Touch Dual nor Windows Mobile are hardware multitouch today nor enabled V2R the hardware/OS to become hardware multitouch.

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