- Created on 16 May 2011
SPB Software, a leading mobile software developer, has released 1.1 update for SPB Shell 3D – 3D user interface for end users with the best-in-class user experience.
SPB Shell 3D was released a month ago and immediately became one of the best sold Android products world-wide, surpassing the $500K revenue milestone on Android Market in less than 3 weeks.
The success SPB Shell 3D earned on the Android Market displays the potential of the Android ecosystem for ISVs to build highly profitable business models.
Today SPB Software updates SPB Shell 3D to version 1.1; bundling some of the most requested features, such as free widget placement, live wallpaper support and 3D birthday widget. Having gathered valuable user feedback, SPB Software worked on features and quality – improving the overall memory consumption, performance and stability – to let Android users net the most out of the software platform and hardware.
Pricing and Availability
SPB Shell 3D currently supports Android 2.1 and higher. Available for Smartphones with an OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible graphic controller.
SPB Shell 3D is available for 14.95 USD.
View SPB Shell 3D at Android Market
SPB Shell 3D product page
SPB Shell 3D screenshots page
UI solutions for OEMs and carriers
About SPB Shell 3D
SPB Shell 3D is a reference UI solution powered by SPB UI Engine showcasing its capabilities. It is a solid base for the custom UI solutions for device manufacturers and mobile operators.
About SPB Software (www.spb.com)
SPB is a leading brand in mobile software, standing for a unique line of popular consumer products and partnerships with the world's most innovative handset makers and wireless carriers. SPB's software solutions deliver richer smartphone experiences and enable subscribers to do more with their mobile data connections. SPB Software is the maker of the world's single number one best-selling mobile application – SPB Mobile Shell. For more information, please visit www.spb.com.
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