SPB Shell 3D Hits v1.2 with a Host of New Features
Popular home screen replacement/user interface SPB Shell 3D has been updated again this week, tossing in a number of oft-requested features. Aside from general improvements in settings and general design, v1.2 now includes a bookmarks folder, a better contacts widget, and 3D edit mode. SPB also tosses in a couple of experimental features in with the ability to toggle smartphone and tablet modes as well as a stereoscopic 3D mode.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out SPB Shell 3D, now’s your chance. The app runs $14.95 and works on any Android device with 2.1-2.3.3. Before you balk at that price tag, consider the 4-star rating (12,342) and nearly 1 million installs. Since it works on top of stock Android, Sense UI, and any other skin, this guy is definitely worth the money!
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