iSwish brings iPhone navigation to Windows Mobile

iSwish brings iPhone navigation to Windows Mobile I bump into far too many people using the standard Microsoft “Today” screen on their devices, so it’s great to see yet another GUI in development to replace the tired home screen. iSwish, currently under development by Flick Software, brings that iPhone control experience to touch-screen Windows Mobile handsets.

This video, which can also be seen below, shows the software in action – it’s incredibly smooth and responsive on a range of different handsets. You can drag icons around easily and there’s a simulated multi-touch function within the iZoom software which lets you shrink and grow the image with your fingers.

This looks utterly fantastic, but as yet there’s no download available. You can however sign up for the beta testing, which should be along soon. We’ll be keeping a very close eye on this one!

Links – iSwishiZoomSee it in action
Credit – Wayne Brewis

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