Don't get me wrong, I think the Pocket PC platform is awesome but, like many people, I find it a little cumbersome sometimes and the fact that I have to tap tiny icons with pixel precision can sometimes end up getting me down.
Pointui Home is designed to change all that, skinning the Windows Mobile interface to make it easy to control the basic functions of your device without having to so much as look at your stylus. i.e. by clicking directly with your fingers.
In order to achieve this Pointui uses a kind of 'shuffle' system as adopted by the HTC device, and not too dissimilar to the iPhone. It means that you can navigate your operating system using finger swipes, making the whole process of using your handheld much more intuitive and more enjoyable, to boot.
From the main program window you can make calls, access email and text messaging, and manage and control the functions of the media player. Certain elements of Windows Mobile have been completely reskinned, including the phone app, which gives a more of an iPhone feel to the call log. Other tools such as calendar and tasks haven't been reskinned but they are now easier to access.
What's more, the system settings are now right at your fingertips, rather than buried below a series of menus on your Pocket PC.
If you're fed up of the somewhat cumbersome Windows Mobile environment and stylus-based interface, Pointui offers a very interesting alternative that lets your fingers do the talking.