The HTC Sense interface for Android, in the opinion of many, is quite an improvement over other interfaces out there, such as plain vanilla installs of Android (as found on the Nexus One) or TouchWiz (which comes preloaded on all Galaxy S smartphones). HTC Sense for Android features extra widgets with the ability to set preconfigured widget layouts (via Scenes), plus it comes with additional on-screen keyboards. The latest version of Sense goes a bit further by allowing you to skin the entire interface, switch apps more quickly through the notification shade, and access HTCSense.com services.
Those of you that are using a Galaxy S device like the Sprint Epic 4G or AT&T Captivate should soon be able to run HTC Sense as an interface replacement to TouchWiz. The geniuses at XDA-Developers have begun work on the project and are asking for other developers to help, plus users to help beta test. Hit the source link for more information and to lend a helping hand.