Mobile software developer SPB Software has just announced the release of its 3D user interface for devices running under the Symbian^3 mobile operating system, the SPB Shell 3D for Symbian^3.
The new software was built on the SPB UI Engine, a 3D technology platform specifically created to facilitate the development of next generation, high-performance mobile Uis.
The mobile application is meant to provide the owners of Symbian^3 devices with a brand new experience on their handsets, as well as with a great visually appealing design.
The new SPB Shell 3D is the successor of the SPB Mobile Shell for Symbian, which already received a wide range of best selling position all around the globe, and which was recognized by awards such as the Nokia Calling All innovators.
The new SPB Shell 3D brings along a new user interface, turning the Home Screen into a 3D space.
The software was made available for Android a while ago, and has become one of the most popular apps in the Android Market in a matter of weeks.
Symbian users too can now enjoy the features and capabilities that this application has to offer, including astonishing 3D visual effects and a responsive UI.
“With the new SPB Shell 3D Symbian users will get into the rich and engaging 3D environment with impressive 3D animation,” the company explains.
“Slick, intuitive and fast UI will make the navigation simple to allow Symbian users fully enjoy their familiar devices with the brand new features. Smart folders will help to organize the Home Screen in the most convenient way and get access to the most important apps in one click. Fast switching between screens will make the device manipulation much more effective.”
The new SPB Shell 3D comes with support for Symbian^3 devices and is available for purchase from the company's website for $14.99 USD. The company also announced that the SPB Mobile Shell 3.7 application has seen a price cut to $14.99 USD too.
SPB Software is known for its UI solutions, which are currently available on devices from 15 makers and mobile operators around the world.
“Having our solution on Symbian proves clearly our multiplatform approach to our toolsets. With this rollout we meet the demand of ODM, OEM and Mobile Operators as they are all looking for the ways to reduce individual development costs and shorten time to market”, said Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of SPB Software.