HTC Sense For WP7 Leaks Out

Posted: Sep 16 2010, 10:32am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 27 2010, 1:24am CDT, in Rumors | Mobile Phones

HTC Sense For WP7 Leaks Out
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The best reason yet to be excited for WP7.

Today we get a look at how HTC's proprietary UI will appear in Windows Phone 7. WindowsPhone reports that an uploaded YouTube video (now removed) spilled the beans to the whole Internet. The 3D Notes app allows you to sticky notes to the homescreen as if it was a bulletin board wall.

There's a weather app that has a ton of animations and a stock ticker that looks seriously cool, with all manner of fancy graphs to impress your friends with. There's also an HTC Flashlight app (that looks identical to the Android version) and something called an HTC Portal.

All in all, Sense for WP7 looks great. Honestly, I could see using a tablet running at least a similar-looking UI being very successful. The nice thing about Sense for WP7 is that the apps, even the flashlight app, are very interactive without having to open them up. I don't need to pull up the flashlight app in a separate page or open my note app to see/add new things.

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