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# 20456 27-Mar-2008 09:22
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Hi there

I'm curious as to whether any of the GZ Okta Touch users have tried the Spb Mobile Shell UI replacement app?  I had a look here: and it looks quite nice.  Not sure if my gf will let me install the trial on her touch to see what it's like, but I may do it covertly over the weekend :)  I'd appreciate any opinions on the software though if anyone here uses it.


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  # 119011 27-Mar-2008 10:55
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don't worry, i intend to :)  thanks for the other link I'll check it out!

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  # 119448 28-Mar-2008 22:24
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Tried and uninstalled the Spb mobile shell 2 right away. Touchflow displays way better than Spb mobile shell 2. 

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# 121148 4-Apr-2008 17:45
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I have SPB Mobile 2 installed on my okta Touch.

It rocks I couldn't live without it. I have customised it to suit my look and feel.

I never ever have to use a stylus.

I couldn't live without it. 100x better than pointui imho.

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# 121162 4-Apr-2008 18:34
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freitasm: By the way, if you are buying it why not help us through our Geekzone Software Store?

Help us???

You sound like Geekzone is a charity.

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# 121164 4-Apr-2008 18:37
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It is "help us" really. If you don't "help us" by using our online store or leaving our ads alone how are we supposed to make money to the site to keep running?

OF course it's no charity. But I think we work for the community too...

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