egzthunder1 · Aug 30, 2010 at 12:00 am

aHome 4 Beta 2 Updated

Customization is the name of game with mobile devices, and one of the biggest aspects is the UI. Many of them are rather rigid and very hard to personalize, like Sense. However, there are others that will allow you to do whatever you please to them, like adding functionality, theming, changing icons, and much more. To foolow in this tradition, XDA member GfanMM brings us aHome 4 Beta, which is a highly customizable UI for Android devices. The UI is in beta stages right now and it has limited functionality, but it can still give you a taste of what having total control over your phone is like.

aHome is a home replacement application for android mobile devices. You can download and customize multiple home themes, wallpapers and widgets for your android home. In addition, it extends your home functions by including features such as two bar styles, customized screen counts, and automatic wallpaper changes. aHome will make your android life fresh every day.

You can find more information in the UI thread.


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