iDiamond: Giving your Windows Mobile Phone an iPhone touch

If for some reason your still considering the iPhone because of its touch screen interface and ability to move around wobbly icons, then you might want to try out iDiamond. D-MAN66 from XDA has been very busy in keeping the power of windows mobile and the easy feeling of only icons. The application brings out full icons, ability to move icons, and add an icon feature.  In testing iDiamond, it ran smoothly on both the HTC Diamond and Touch Pro.  If you like iDiamond, then you might also want to check out with what D-MAN66 can do with cover flow and music

via wmpowerusers

George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

  • It looks like this is no longer available. Which is too bad, I would love to try it.
  • The layout is not boring. It's useful and isn't over 10 years old.
  • This post is a bit late. The beta period has been over since mid January. D-Man hinted at working on it again for February or so. This is a very smooth/snappy launcher. I wish this could be incorporated in TF3D instead of replacing it. And no, it's not boring. It's a choice, something WM users have the luxury of having...
  • There are tons of iPhoneskins for Windows Mobile.
    It's good that we have a choice, but to make make a big deal out of "just another iPhone skin", is unnecessary. I personally would not want an iPhone skin on my WinMo phone.
    Though, I would suggest S2U2, S2P, and S2V by AC on XDA. Amazing freeware..
  • It's more of a mod ontop of TF3D. I've never seen a "iphone skin" this smooth while retaining the WM taskbar. It's simple and it works. Not everyone needs weather, appointments, tasks, calender, launchers, all on the homescreen. I am surprised that it made the frontpage though. Especially for a beta project in hiatus. Slow day for news?
  • Yeah way late with this one, also wmexperts misses the full weight of this project. It was build on the touchflo 3d engine, using it natively.