TouchXperience UI Demoed Again with Live Wallpapers, Panels


The TouchXperience UI project is alive and well. If you recall, we discovered a new video demo last month after the project was put on hold for over a year. This time, the developer has updated the interface again and shows off its beautiful features. Listed below are some of the features you can expect out of TouchXperience. Watch the video for a breathtaking look at how far it has come along at being a full blown shell replacement. Stay tuned to the developer’s website for a beta release. Let us know what you think in the comments!

Features Demoed:

– Any interface can be customized

– Over 100 widgets (clocks, audio player, shortcuts, etc)

– Animated backgrounds (like with Sense 2.5)

– Interactive backgrounds (similar to live wallpapers on the Nexus One)

– Some backgrounds react to lighting with day/night effects

– Access to favorite quick panels by rotating device (accelerometer)

– Messaging interface for emails and texts

– System settings panel

– Easy access to music, videos and recorded TV via an entertainment panel

– Tons of radio links

– Ringtone manager

– Fully featured communications manager

– Explore network computers and connected devices

– Create custom profiles

– Integrated file explorer

– Remotely turn on home devices, like TVs, lights, etc

– Pull up programs or documents with a search bar

– Will find installation (CAB) files for you, so you don’t have to use file explorer

– Remove programs panel

– Built-in shopping list

– Search the Internet by typing in words and clicking desired search engine or directory (Google, Bing, Yahoo, Twitter, Wikipedia, Amazon)

– G-scrolling

– Multitouch support

(Thanks for the tip, Nishanth!)

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