Handy Shell - provides you with 3 additional Standby screens (Today, Applications, Contacts) which will completely change your smartphone’s look and increase its productivity. Handy Shell is fully integrated with main smartphone applications: Clock, Contacts , Calendar, Messages, Profiles, Themes.
Handy Shell features:
Today view completely replaces Active Standby and collects all important info on your smartphone’s screen.
- Digital clock, date, alarms
- Application shortcuts
- Phone indicators (Bluetooth, missed calls, new messages, new emails, active profile, active theme)
- Calendar events
- Weather plug-in with 5 days weather forecast for your home city for Handy Weather owners.
Applications view gives a fast access to frequently used applications.
Contacts view shows 12 favourite contacts with optional dial or create message actions
Dial and Start allows to find the desired contact or to launch applications directly from any view. Just start typing first digits of phone number or first letters of contact’s/application’s name. Handy Shell will interpret them in T9 manner. (only for S60 3rd Edition devices)
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