SPB Software has announced the release of SPB Mobile Shell 5.0, bringing with it more 3D applications for Media, photos, weather and widgets and improved social networking integration for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.  The interaction between user and software has also been greatly improved via the “Natural Interaction Engine” which includes support for G-Sensors and multitouch.  The software also uses a “Feedback Engine” for realistic visual and haptic responses and also a new physics engine for on-screen object behavior.

That’s all well and good.  The BIGGEST news is that SPB Mobile Shell 5.0 is available not only on Windows Mobile, but also for Android and Symbian!

We’ll be updating this post as more photos or videos are made available.

Click through for the official Press Release.

SPB Software’s Official Press Release:

February 15th, 2010 – SPB Software, a leading mobile applications and games developer announces the release of SPB Mobile Shell 5.0, a major upgrade to the world’s bestselling mobile application, popular among both end-users and OEMs. Unlike all the previous versions of SPB Mobile Shell available exclusively for Windows Mobile smartphones with touchscreens, version 5.0 is to be released for Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian. Thanks to the new portable SPB UI Engine, SPB Mobile Shell is planned to be spread to more mobile platforms.
Major updates to the new version include a new 3D engine and an improved social networking integration. The former means support for new types of eye candy effects such as 3D Media Player, 3D Photo Viewer, 3D Weather, dynamic 3D widgets and more, while the latter involves message, contacts, photo and status sync with popular services, namely Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
One important innovation in SPB Mobile Shell 5.0 is the Natural Interaction Engine which includes support for G-sensor and multitouch, a dedicated Feedback Engine providing realistic visual and haptic responses, and a Physics Engine responsible for the real-world behavior of all objects.
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SPB Mobile Shell has been publicly recognized as the best-selling mobile application across all smartphone platforms for three consecutive years: 2007, 2008 and 2009. At the same time SPB Mobile Shell enjoys popularity among mobile carriers and OEMs. It’s been shipped to over 15 device manufacturers, including Sony Ericsson, Toshiba, and O2. To make implementation process even smoother, we have added SPB UI Builder 2.0 – a tool-chain for easy customization of SPB Mobile Shell and other products that are built using the SPB UI Engine. It includes APIs for pluggable components, the skin builder and a set of plug-ins for integration with industry strength design products such as 3DMAX and Microsoft Expression Blend.
*** What’s new in SPB Mobile Shell 5.0: ***
– New 3D engine
– Natural Interaction Engine
– 3D widgets
– Tight integration with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networks
– SPB UI Builder 2.0
– Multi-platform support: Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian
*** About SPB Software (www.spb.com) ***
SPB is a leading brand in mobile software, standing for a unique line of popular consumer products and partnerships with the world’s most innovative handset makers and wireless carriers. SPB’s software solutions deliver richer smartphone experiences and enable subscribers to do more with their mobile data connections. SPB Software is the maker of the world’s single number one bestselling mobile application – SPB Mobile Shell. For more information, please visit www.spb.com.
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Past line up includes:
iPhone 4S
iPhone 4 32GB
HTC AT&T Tilt 2
HTC AT&T Fuze
HTC AT&T Tilt
HTC AT&T 8525
Samsung Blackjack
Samsung Blackjack II
RIM BB Curve
Moto RAZR (three of them actually)
Nextel i95c
Nextel i90
a few other various Nextel models
Samsung color flip phone on sprint… you know the one I mean. Had a blue case, did internet? Can’t remember the name.. SC400?
Many other Samsung and etc Sprint flips
Moto StarTac
Bell Atlantic Mobile ‘candy bars’

And more..

I need more phones.

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