Android’s widget system is very nice, smooth and easy to use, but it does get cramped and overpopulated at times. This theme file does not do much more than change your widgets to have a transparent background, which gives your home screen a cleaner appearance. This theme includes a limited amount of widgets, but will be getting more in due time.
Originally posted by britoso
Combined all my transparent morphs into one package for easy application.
Apply with MetaMorph, place the zip in <sd>\AndroidThemes
Standalone Latitude Widget
Did I miss any?
Note: Screenshot does not include the calendar widget.
Warning: Since this rebuilds Launcher2.apk, all your widgets will be killed and will need to be re-added
3/26: Added Facebook. YouTube logo transparent, divider transparent. AddedGenie.
3/27: Updated with Links
Continue on to the thread to get your widgets.
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