Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Pocket PC Articles" @ 04:43 PM
"Ahh, the lure of SPB products! When I got my new HTC Touch Pro2 at the beginning of the month, I vowed that I would stick with the default TouchFLO 3D on the device for a while, giving it a chance and running it through it's paces (typically, I have been a Mobile Shell affectionado). I was doing fine until I received an email from SPB this weekend, with a review copy of version 3.5 of Mobile Shell. In all honesty, I have been quite pleased with the improvements to TF3D, so I wasn't feeling compelled to install Shell or any other UI at the moment. HTC made some improvements in areas I felt were lacking before, so the UI is pretty darned good."
Spb Mobile Shell [Affiliate] is one of those applications that adds tremendous value to the Windows Mobile platform - or the Professional platform at least. Us Windows Mobile Standard users continue to suffer from a lack of quality customization software, but I digress. Spb Mobile Shell 3.5 adds a bunch of new features into the mix, and this review covers off the important changes.