I do recomend this app. I've even got the donation version. Had to. The best app I've ever used on my Milestone.
About the calendar, we have that already. It's too big tho (3x3 is the smallest one - I would love a 2x2). But, FYI, LaucherPro widgets are only for the paid/donation version.
If you own an Android Phone, download the free version and give it a try. You won't be sorry. (PS: download HomeSwitcher also, this saves the trouble of getting back to the original home screen - it's free!).
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the Sense interface open source software like the Samsung TouchWiz UI is? If this is true, then why doesn't someone just offer the complete HTC Sense UI as an add on for phones with the stock Android operating system?
As far as I know HTC Sense is proprietary software as it's an evolution of TouchFlo used on the Touch Windows Mobile phones - building for open-source platforms doesn't automatically make your work open-source too.
I love HTC Sense and it's cool other Android users are getting some of the love from this clone.
[citation][nom]darkbunny[/nom]What kinds of phones do you guys have? I'm worried it'll slow down my phone if I download this. I have a Samsung Moment, so not the lowest end Android phone, but it's quickly becoming outdated.[/citation]
You don't need a 1GHz processor to run graphics intensive software on a phone. The HTC Aria's 600MHz processor runs Android 2.1 with Sense faster than the iPhone 4's 1GHz processor runs iOS 4. Heck, both my Nexus One with stock Froyo and the Samsung Captivate are noticeably slower than the HTC Aria.