If an open-platform packed with power and backed by a huge developer community is your thing, then you’re probably rocking a Windows Mobile device. Sure, there are complaints of stability and what-not, but chances are that your solid Windows Mobile device has started to stumble every now and again due to the same third-party applications that make the platform so appealing in the first place.
So, how are you going to scratch that itch for a fun and innovative interface like that on the iPhone? Why, put the iPhone UI on your Windows Mobile device, of course. The latest method to put the iPhone’s multi-touch UI is Flick Software Research’s “iSwish” and “iZoom.” Flick Software Research is set to launch its iSwish UI and iZoom applications in beta-form in early May.
It’s a complete rip of Apple’s iPhone UI, but hey, if you can’t beat ’em, copy ’em.