SPB Shell 3D Gets Updated For Android
July 26, 2011 | Google and Android | 4 Comments|
SPB’s top selling SPB Shell 3D just got a few new upgrades, including landscape support and the ability to view it in 3D (you know using a 3D display):
- Landscape support
- 3D edit mode
- Stereoscopic 3D (experimental)
- Switch between smartphone/tablet mode (experimental)
- Improved overall design
- Improved settings
- Improved calendar panel
- Bookmarks folder
- Improved contact widgets management
The price hasn’t changed – it’s $15 and has sold over 50,000 copies and you can check it out here.
Not hating, but for the life of me I can’t understand why people would want this, let alone pay for it. :-/
you are not alone, it looks just awful. i also don’t understand why many tech blogs keep writing about it.
At one time SPB was the shit with Windows phone but you yougins would not know anything about that. Do a search on this website and you will see SPB in all its glory.
Presently, I don’t think it has a chance in hell.
I’m actually old enough to remember the times when SPB was an improvement on Windows MOBILE. But even than i was wondering are they really cheap enough to actually hire a real designer. I never liked the look of it, it was just awful.
Not to mention the symbian implementation..