Coming straight from their own Twitter page, iPhone Dev Team members wizdaz and MediaPhone have recently announced a brand new application for the iPhone and iPod touch, called SmartScreen. According to the post, this app will allow users the ability to have multiple widgets displayed on the lock screen.
Today MediaPhone announced Â‘SmartScreenÂ’ an application for the iPhone and iPod touch that will allow informational widgets to be placed and used on the lock screen.
Widgets are similar to those offered by AppleÂ’s Â‘dashboardÂ’ and they follow familiar look and feel.
The widgets can be rearranged on the lock screen by using a Â‘tap and hold to moveÂ’ action that is often used by to iPhone users (when moving icons around the home screen).
The application will work on all models of iPhone and iPod touch that run OS 3.x, unfortunately due to the nature of the product it will not be available for purchase in the Apple AppStore but will be sold to customers of jailbroken phones via alternate means.
A SmartScreen SDK will be available to everyone in November 2009 but widget developers are being selected to participate in a Beta programme, if you feel you could participate and would like to produce widgets, please email [email protected] and we will consider you early access to the programme.
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