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Thursday, September 25, 2008

MobilityFlow Touch Commander v3.2.3.5





Requirements: WM5 or above, .NET Compact Framework v2.0

Overview: Touch Commander - a unique application for controlling PDA and smartphones by recognizing and responding to the touch and sweep of a finger across the screen.

Touch Commander is a small software utility that provides fingertip control for Pocket PC phones for more efficient, natural touch screen navigation. Just like in latest most popular devices, Touch Commander lets you browse and scroll a Pocket PC phone interface, launch applications by recognizing and responding to the sweep of a finger across the screen. With just a touch, you can make quick calls to photo contacts, start applications, open folders for browsing, get and send SMS, play favorite video and view photos.

All basic settings of a Pocket PC are but a touch away. The application is fully customizable, and you can set up all elements of the menu according to your own preferences. Other key features include Full Screen mode, animated transition effects between screens, and an ability to resize screen elements. Touch Commander can be installed on any model of a communicator, powered by Windows Mobile 5 or upwards. But the biggest specialty lies in the price, which is nothing compared to the price of an hi-end devices.

Update - Last updated on 05.09.08

# Key New Components in 3.1: Finger-friendly pop-up menus at most applications
# Touch Task Manger : the X-button replacement
# Skins support Fixes:
# Now software 'eats' less memory
# Many bugs are fixed.


HomePage:

http://www.touch-commander.com

Download:

http://rapidshare.com/files/148212450/Touch.Commander.v3.2.3.5.full.Retail.rar


NoPass. Enjoy :)

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