Ever wish you could group shortcuts together and place them under a single folder tile on the Windows Phone 7 Start screen? That’s what the guys at WindowsPhoneHacker have accomplished for devices that are developer unlocked.
The Folders application requires a Mango device that is developer unlocked. We also must note that the setup is a little tricky. Don’t expect as fluid an experience as iOS, where dragging icons together turns into a magical folder. As you can see from the video, however, the end result is speedy and organized.
The Homebrew app is currently in its early stages of development, but a release is planned soon. Check out the video demonstration above to see it in action.
UPDATE: the first version of the folders homebrew app has been released. Check out the setup walk-through video below, then grab the download from WindowsPhoneHacker. Proceed with caution!