Few could claim that Windows Mobile phones are known for their captivating interfaces. In fact, some designs seem cramped and downright austere. A snappy and slick-looking user-interface replacement like the recently updated Spb Mobile Shell 3.0 can not only make your phone look like a million bucks, but it can also do it two ways while making the phone's other features easier to access and control. The built-in app launcher helps you get to settings, frequently used apps, and the task manager, while a very visual contact launcher lets friends' photos take center stage. That includes letting you … Read more
I'm no cheerleader for most Windows Mobile interfaces, and that goes double for phones like the Samsung Omnia, with its widgety sidebar of management tools that rubs me the wrong way. A decently designed theme is typically an improvement.
Swooping to the rescue, the recently released (and awkwardly named) Spb Mobile Shell 3.0 lays out a heap of good-looking screens, shortcuts, and widgets onto the mobile dashboard without ever deleting the default Today screen. There's a professional layout, casual themes, room for customization, and an extended mobile desktop that triples the real estate when you swipe left … Read more
Windows Mobile's interface is getting better all the time, but it could use some help. Swooping to the rescue are interface replacers like Spb Mobile Shell. With integration for Facebook photos, intuitive navigation, and widget customizations, Spb's mobile interface alternative go a long way toward making Windows Mobile engaging.
The professional view sports a clock and weather widget, your various voice mail and message in-boxes, alarms, and the calendar on a glossy background whose maroon default you can change. Below is a contact icon that opens your contact list. Newly added Facebook integration lets you pick among your … Read more