Get iPhone UI on Your Android Phone

 

 

This is not the snapshot of the latest iOS5. This may be how the desktop of your Android Phone may look after you have finished reading this post.

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Espier Launcher is an uber-cool Android App which brings an iOS like experience to your android phone. Not only just that it looks like iOS, but apparently according to the description,

 

You can manage multi task and uninstall programs conveniently. Also the natural gestures operation gives you smooth and fluent user experience.

 

Although I find Android User Interface sleek, Apple has always been known for its aesthetic UI courtesy to their visionary co-founder Steve Jobs. Android on the other hand has tirelessly developed apps to make the smartphone market accessible to the migrating middle class.

Also, Espier not only offers the look and feel of iOS but it has also managed to bring the vibrating icon interface to Android, where you can

  • Club two or more Apps and sort them in folders
  • Directly uninstall an App by clicking on the shortcut
  • Drag and drop icons just like one can in iOS

Espier is an desktop app, so the underlying interface is still android. This is for Android lovers, who want to feel what an Apple UI seems like before buying an iPhone.
Here is a video demo of the skin:

Check it out while its still free and drop in your comments.

Link: Espier Launcher


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  • http:www.knowtheirminds.blogspot.com Chetan

    Hey! It looks awesome on my Dell XCD35. The only problem is that its pretty hard to arrange icons in this system, I might want to switch back to Ice Cream Sandwich UI with ADW Launcher. You should try that as well.

  • http://www.fortricks.in Sujoy

    Wow its Great Dear !

    Thanks for this I have done a lot of search and ultimately come to you site !

  • http://alphapundit.blogspot.com Dinesh

    Try enabling captions on this video and see what comes out.

    • Aditya Kane

      @Dinesh: YouTube auto captions are not always too accurate.