After we have introduced the beta version of its project last year, Arnold returns once again to the charge with its Shell, which goes to version 0.72. It's this time as part of the PSP Competition Genesis reveals that the developer this new revision, which looks even more complete and successful than previous ones.
Graphics worthy of the name, a fluid and intuitive interface, and virtually endless possibilities is what we propose SHELL 0.72. Customizable at will, it will delight both experienced developers wishing to extend it or use it as a true development platform, so users who dreamed of an alternative to Sony's XMB aging.
Eboot explorer and launcher;
Ability to launch any applications on the memory card, and to classify them as we see fit by simply creating folders;
Music player (supports MP2, MP3, MP4, M4A, AA3, AT3, FLAC, AIF, AIFF, AU, WMA and WAV);
Ability to "juggle" between the shell and the XMB will.
Multilingual support (possibility to import translation files).
But Arnold was clearly not finished to surprise us with its shell, it is indeed a bunch of new features that promise to include in future versions. Here are a few:
AVI format support;
Improved audio player.
SHELL 0.72 in Pictures:
Download, instructions and user manual available
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