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Windows Mobile 6.5: Titanium plug-ins and support custom themes

Windows Mobile 6.5 may still be a while away but the developers don’t like to wait around as so have come up with some customised themes and a few titanium plug-ins according to istartedsomething.

Apparently Windows Mobile 6.5 will support custom badges and icons along with custom colours and backgrounds, and well a custom set of icons can give the home screen a fresh new look.

Furthermore if you pair that with titanium home screen plug-ins, it promised Windows Mobile 6.5 will be the most customisable user interface on the mobile market

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  1. Tim Layton says:

    I think that users like the ability to change the look and appearance of their phones more than most realize this. I guess it makes people feel like it keeps things new and fresh. Windows Mobile 6.5 will do a great job of helping users customize their phones in addition to offering a ton of new features too. The Windows Mobile contact list will get a huge visual boost and be more touch-friendly as well, with larger menu items and an updated look. Windows Mobile 6.5 will have a lot of new apps, features and technologies will be included and introduced. Microsoft has officially confirmed a new web browser for Windows Mobile, Internet Explorer 6. The hottest new features and apps include: My Phone–a backup and recovery service for contacts, photos and other data stored on a mobile device. My Phone will also be available for phones running Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1. The new Windows Marketplace for Mobile is a centralized place to buy increasingly popular mobile applications. Windows Mobile 6.5 features a new user interface and “honeycomb”. A customizable start screen with hexagonal tiles for each program that are designed to be easier to use on touch-screen phones. The Windows Mobile start menu can be customized with Internet applications like weather or stock reports, that are automatically updated. The new Windows Mobile 6.5 user interface is designed to be more “finger friendly,” You can also move icons up or down in the new layout. In addition, the new Windows Mobile Home screen will support special widgets, which will give status information like missed calls, new messages, etc. Another new feature of Windows Mobile 6.5 allows people to go directly to waiting voice mail, text messages or other information when unlocking their phones. Microsoft Recite, came out of the company’s research group. It allows people to record voice notes or other audio files on Windows Mobile phones and then search for keywords using their voice. LG is set to launch 50 new Windows Mobile devices over the next 4 years.