Swipe unveils its Android based Freedom OS

by August 14, 2015 0 comments

Swipe has announced the launch of its Android based “Freedom OS” coming up with swipe new smart phone “ELITE”. The Freedom OS gives users attractive customization features.

The Freedom OS gives user a complete freedom in customizing the UI of their devices. They can customize a host of aspects on the UI according to their tastes. These include resizing icons, home screen layouts, app drawer customization, fonts, animations, folder styles, notification bar and many more.

It supports the theme engine with hundreds of themes to select from. The Freedom OS supports both off-screen gestures as well as the home-screen gestures. It allows users to get 100 GB storage space by aggregating all of user’s cloud storage accounts into one. It gives a localized custom search engine that helps the users in identifying what they are looking for quickly with intelligent suggestions based on intelligent algorithms. With this feature, the user can search the Internet, local files, apps and much more.

Mr. Shripal Gandhi, Founder and CEO, Swipe Technologies, said, “The latest Smartphone buyer insights reveal that consumers prefer to customize their phones not only in terms of accessories, but also in terms of the User Interface (UI). Due to the limited UI customization available in the stock Android, Swipe has decided to design a product that allows users to hold a highly-customized UI. This was made possible by the Android-based Freedom OS. With Freedom OS, ELITE offers innovative features like teeming Engine, localized swipe search engine, customization home screen gestures and an extensive swipe gallery with numerous theme options, live wallpapers & fonts. Another delight to the end consumer is the swipe box that offers up to 100GB cloud storage space”.

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