With finger based touch gaining in popularity among Windows Mobile devices, the software makers are bound to follow suit and optimize their application interfaces for new interaction capabilities.
One of the first interesting applications to get a new look is AudioNotes mp3 audio recorder for Windows Mobile.
Audio Notes already had a very interesting set of features like mp3 audio recording, auto recording of phone calls, mic sensitivity enhancement (auto gain) and Voice activation system.
Now a new, touch optimized version of the application, called Audio Notes Touch (what a surprise!) has been released:
The interface of Audio Notes Touch has been enhanced, with bigger menu items, bigger buttons, new T9 lookup keypad and finger scrolling to accommodate finger touch.
It also added the support for ID3 tags, which are automatically appended to the recorded mp3 files.
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