Touch Commander lets you browse a Pocket PC with a sweep of a finger across the screen. Make quick calls to photo contacts, start apps, browse folders, get and send SMS, view photos and video with a touch.
Description: Touch Commander is a small software utility that provides fingertip control for Pocket PC for more efficient, natural touch screen navigation. Just like in the latest most popular devices, Touch Commander lets you browse and scroll a Pocket PC interface, launch applications by recognizing and responding to the sweep of a finger across the screen.
With just a touch or sweep, you can make quick calls to photo contacts, start defined applications from any active window, minimize and maximize any programs, open folders for browsing, get and send SMS, play favorite video and view photos. The fine tuned Touch Control driver turns all these into a breeze with its precise recognition of your touches. All basic settings of a Pocket PC are also but a touch away. The tool is fully customizable, and you can set up all menu elements anyway you like. Among other power features are Full Screen mode, animated transition effects between screens, and an ability to resize screen elements.
The new version of the tool comes with improved design of Today Screen. You'll find a bigger clock and new indicators for battery charge, received e-mails, SMS and missed calls. Also you can quickly check the weather info or run your media player from the tabs on Today Screen. Start Menu has been changed towards better efficiency as well. Now it has menu elements of larger size that fits perfectly for smooth fingertip navigation.
Install Touch Commander onto your Pocket PC phone to make your good handheld look and feel so much more stylish and awesome!
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