Device Manager and TouchXperience Betas released for WP7 [HomeBrew]
We've been following the Homebrew Device Manager by Schapman for some time now and it has now been released as a Beta. The Device Manager features include:
- Applications management: view, install/uninstall homebrew applications
- File management: explore device, exchange files with your phone
- Sync files, folders and favorites with phone
- Send to Windows Phone (to send files, apps, ringtones, web links in one click)
- Detailed device information (CPU, ROM, RAM, storage, network, battery, OS,...)
- Add and manage custom ringtones
Additionally, TouchXperience for Windows Phone 7 has been released as a Beta. The navigation app was well received back in the Windows Mobile days and it doesn't miss a beat on Windows Phone 7. Key features of TouchXperience include:
- Create custom menus
- Add folders, apps, contacts, websites, maps, documents, and many other widgets
- Organize applications & games
- File explorer
- Multitasking support
- Panorama background customization
- Contact manager
- Communication manager
- Profile manager
- and more
Keep in mind you'll need a registered or unlocked Windows Phone 7 device to use either. You can find all the details on Windows Phone 7 Device Manager and TouchXperience here at the TouchXperience website and after the break, you can catch a video demo of TouchXperience.
Thanks, @KingpinEX, for the heads up
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