This beta application for S60 9.4 OS devices allows you to customize the home screen of your touchscreen smartphones down to the last amazing details through the use of lightweight yet useful custom widgets!SPB Mobile Shell includes a whole bunch of widgets built in with it which makes this application your one step solution to anything related to the homescreen of your touchscreen smartphone.
Both Foreca Weather and Handy Weather are similar to SPB Mobile Weather in terms of functions and features and they also support Symbian S60 platform.
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You can even apply special effects on the displayed contacts slide-show carousel.
It also comes with preset settings to make customizations easier for you!
The regular forecast updates (updated 4 times a day at least – custom settings can also be set) include humidity condition, wind speed, pressure etc which can be shown for the 5 upcoming days.
The final result also includes a 3 day forecast of precipitation, cloud condition, temperature updates among many other details.
Check in after the break for his impressions and a few more pictures.
SPB Mobile Shell 3 appears to have dual modes; pro and lifestyle. Widgets include time, weather, calendar, speed dial (where the photos are re-sizable), app shortcuts, and maybe one or two others.
Other highlighted widgets include an Internet Search Widget, Wireless On/Off Button, Media Player, Appointment & Tasks Widget, Weather Forecasts & Updates Widget, Photo Call Logs Widget, Touch Supported File & Task Managers Widget, Personal Phone Profile, 3D Email & SMS Viewer, Any Phone Settings, Bookmarks, Picture Frames Widget, Smart Contact Search Engine Widget and many others.
You can change Mobile Shell’s Skin as you want, edit any type of displayed icons and even change the way your menu reacts.
SPB Weather is actually one of the most powerful application for Symbian and it can do a lot more than fetching weather data for the capitals.