Jealous of the new KIN UI? No? Well, too bad because now you have the option to run a UI overlay on your favorite Windows Mobile phone, but without all the limitations.
Turns out someone at Windows Phone Hacker (yeah, new to us too) has come up with a sophisticated looking KIN UI. Seriously, considering what this is it actually looks pretty darn good.
Called 'KinLauncher', it makes available eight tabs on your homescreen, each linking to a core aspect of your phone: messages, email, phone, music, settings, browser, camera and alarm clock.
It might not permanently replace your Sense UI, but hey, it's free and seems like worth a shot if you're bored. You can grab it right here and after the break, watch a video demonstration of it in action.
[Thanks Saijo, 1800PocketPC]
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