I find it amusing how our phones now have more ways of interacting with them than just buttons. Accelerometers, touchscreens, proximity sensors, all make our experience with our phones a bit more interactive. Now we see the introduction of ShakeSMS, an app developed by a keen user, that employs the accelerometer in the Nokia S60 to interact with the phone. Instead of unlocking the device, then navigating to through menus to read a new text message, the user simply has to shake the device to read the message, and shake it again to close and lock the phone. This app is still being developed and lacks a UI, and is not currently available to the public, but still an innovative way to interact with a device. Check out this video to see the application in action.