IDOS is available on the Windows Phone 7 app marketplace. It is proposed as an entire operating system running within Windows Phone 7.
Being an “operating system” it has lots of applications within it. The store has several free apps, which you install… which actually sounds impressive for a single app, but it really just seems to move the icon from one screen to another. You aren’t buying anything, you’re “unlocking it” and it gives you the experience of installing something. On top of that, there are several apps. All things considered, it’s not super impressive. But I have found one use for it.
Text on images. This sounds like a simple thing to accomplish, but you would be surprised to find out how few apps on Windows Phone 7 can accomplish this. Want to start a meme? Not quickly on Windows Phone 7. But with this “OS” (or app) called IDOS. It’s going to let you put text over top of images in Windows Phone 7. Cut, dry, simple. It doesn’t have a ton of colors to choose from, but it gets the job done if you’re looking for something specific.