When Joe Belfiore (Manager of Windows Phone Program) took the stage of Microsoft Windows Phone Summit at San Francisco and said that the new home screen of Windows Phone 8 would be the "sexiest thing" the new operating system, few imagined that it would be based on personalization, but it is. From the next generation, the operating system interface will allow users to change the tiles size, based on your usage. For this, it will suffice to access the customization mode and then select the song of the "tile" to make it larger or smaller. There are three different sizes available in Windows Phone 8: small, medium (default) and Double Wide, which occupies a larger space on the screen of the smartphone and highlights applications or functions that the consumer considers most important.
Best of all is that developers can transform your tiles in views of content. For example, one app does not need to display photo icons and can show some of the images on smartphone owners. Another example is Facebook, which can show itself in the home screen updates. It also announced new color themes for Windows Phone.
It is too early to say anything - after all, we did not have the new operating system at hand - but by what we see in the images, Windows Phone 8 may have some very good resources for consumers.
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