The Slick UI surely lives up to its namesake, looking slick as all get out as it takes some of HTC’s Sense features while retaining a sense of originality. One of the more notable features of Slick UI would be the rather large circle located right in the middle of the screen, known as the Wonder Wheel. It will let you retrieve information easily from apps like Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, as well as text messages in a jiffy. All you need to do is turn the wheel to the corresponding app and you will get what you want to look at right below without the need to launch an application. Currently under development, it will take some time before it arrives on the Android Market but we do keep our fingers crossed that a beta version is on its way, and soon.
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