Thursday, March 31, 2011

SPB releases 3D interface for Android.

I wonder what took them so long to port SPB Shell to Android. First there was SPB Shell for Windows Mobile. Now with Windows Phone 7, Microsoft is exerting a firm grip on the interface that prevents third party and even device manufacturers to port their own UI to the platform. It is quite logical to see SPB port the Shell to Android. So, if you're tired of HTC Sense or the default Android UI, shell out $14.95 to purchase SPB Shell 3D and embellish your beloved Android phone

"SPB Shell 3D is a successor of the SPB Mobile Shell product line. The SPB Mobile Shell series is the most awarded mobile UI solution available on the market today. It has been publicly recognized as the number one best-selling mobile UI application across all smartphone platforms for the past 4 years. SPB Mobile Shell has also been successful among mobile carriers and OEMs, and has been deployed by over 15 device manufacturers and carriers, including Sony Ericsson, Toshiba, and O2."

Read the full press release here.

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