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Feb
2011-02-15 16h20_18

There's certainly no shortage of homescreen replacements for Android, but who's to say that we can't have one more? And you've got to admit, this concept app - Fipplr - looks really nice, and doesn't appear to fall short in terms of functionality, either.

Fipplr includes widgets for multiple apps, including Flickr, Twitter, and Google Latitude, although they aren't exactly the widgets we are used to. These widgets display quick information, and a quick swipe to the right will bring up an expanded view of the widget. On the right side of the homescreen are the launcher icons, which - while unmistakably similar to Windows Phone 7 - still look great.

Fipplr is not yet available to the public, but it is being demoed at MWC, so it's likely that it will see an actual release rather than being stuck as vaporware forever like some other concept apps.

  • Phil

    Hilarious. This is Windows Phone 7 done RIGHT!!!! It has the sleek interface while not just wasting a bunch of space will all the text being gigantic. I would not be surprised if app devs started taking approaches like this will their apps.

  • sketis

    So, She's Swedish, right`? The one speaking in the vid? Sure sounds like a Swede trying to speak Eng. Had to turn off the sound...