SPB Mobile Shell 5.0 Launches for Android and Others
Oct 5, 2010, 6:21 PM by Philip Berne
SPB Software today announced the newest version of its user interface, the SPB Mobile Shell 5.0. The new Mobile Shell works with Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile devices. Mobile Shell is a 3D phone interface, and the design is consistent across the variety of supported mobile phone platforms.
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