Windows Phone Hacker has published an announcement on the blog detailing the version 1.0 release of Folders for Windows Phone, a homebrew app that enables users to create folders for apps, and more. We previously looked at the app while it was in development, starting off as a concept that took off with community interest.
Some notable changes in version 1.0:
- Bug fixes / UI changes
- One application for all - enable root privileges for application selection, otherwise Marketplace searching will be used
- Added tilt effect in folders
- Pin folders to your start menu (root only - experimental)
Check out the video below for a quick introduction. You can download Folder for Windows Phone from the Windows Phone Hacker website.
Source: Windows Phone Hacker
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