• Rinslowe

    Hey there!

    I’ve been using the 3d shell on N8 since August 31st and can say that its definitely a groovy piece of software. The price may not be for some however comparimg the experience against symbian anna, spb seems well worth every dollar. In a nut shell, spb shell 3d does womders for the overall user experience and also manages to throw in a healthy amount of bling at the same time (btw a little bling mever hurt nobody right?, except maybe the cpu at times…).
    I do have a couple of gripes reagrding the latest symbian version 1.1 which I hope gets addressed in an update at some stage cause that primo experience could be that much better…so here goes:
    1) spb’s sms widget looks trick from the outset but upon closer inspection falls short as it just forwards you to the old sms page which I don’t really use anymore due to ‘comversatiins’ being that much sweeter. Conclusion: I hope spb can fix this in one of two ways, forward to comversations after selecting which message I wamt to read or provide their own conversation style thread.
    2) Most times after coming out of an app, when I want to select the carousel view for faster swithing between pages theres an unsightly pause or jump where the phase transition fails to run smoothly, this interupts the flow a bit an reminds you that you’re running an app on top of the actual UI…or it kinda seems as though the N8 (which I am currently using) is not quite up to the task of running the shell like spb intemded (take your pick). Conclusion: It would be really good to see more optimization in version 1.2 if there ever is in the pipeline…

    Sorry for the novel…
    Have a good one!

  • Samy_elashry_2020

    Hey there!

    I’ve been using the 3d shell on N8 since August 31st
    and can say that its definitely a groovy piece of software. The price
    may not be for some however comparimg the experience against symbian
    anna, spb seems well worth every dollar. In a nut shell, spb shell 3d
    does womders for the overall user experience and also manages to throw
    in a healthy amount of bling at the same time (btw a little bling mever
    hurt nobody right?, except maybe the cpu at times…).
    I do have a
    couple of gripes reagrding the latest symbian version 1.1 which I hope
    gets addressed in an update at some stage cause that primo experience
    could be that much better…so here goes:
    1) spb’s sms widget looks trick from the outset but upon closer inspection falls short as it

  • Fares 3535

    thankes

  • Gabuaysheh

    thanxxx

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