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ShakeSMS is another accelerometer powered application from the Mr Tong Ren, developer of the very well known and very popular FlipSilent application.
Shaking a phone to read text messages is as intuitive as swiping your finger across the screen to unlock it, but once you’re trained it becomes second nature. In this case, ShakeSMS is an app for Nokia phones that lets you jostle your phone to view an incoming SMS. Jigger it again to go back to the home screen.
The main intension is to reduce the number of necessary steps that we are usually taking when we reading an incoming message. With ShakeSMS it is enough to shake the phone once, read message and than shake it once again to go back to the idle screen and lock the phone.
Actually all Symbian enthusiast out there have to be happy now because after the Samir and Damian we got another talented developer with a fresh ideas on how to get the most out of the build in accelerometer.
Speaking of the ShakeSMS, it is the application that trying to deal with SMS and Phone Lock using the Accelerometers technology, to make you use the phone in an easier way at least when we come to messaging.
Try to imagine standard procedure when you are getting the SMS; first of all you need to unlock the phone, then read the message, maybe reply and finally lock the phone again.
With ShakeSMS it will be looks quite different, just shake it, read it and than just shake it again to go back to the idle screen and lock phone again, sounds good isn’t?
There is still no word when application will be available but at least we got a video demonstration that shows ShakeSMS in action. Application works fine but it is a little bit too sensitive.