wingman1487 · Apr 19, 2010 at 01:17 pm

Clocks for Cookie’s Home 1.7

A great addition to your phone is CoOkie’s Home Tab on which we’ve reported just last week. And with the new version 1.7 that allows users to add an analog clock to the home page, among many other things, it just adds that extra bit to make your home tab look that much cleaner.

User jaguaralani has just put out a great addition to an already great theme.  He has added additional analog clocks that you can now add to replace the stock CoOkie analog clock.

Originally posted by jaguaralani

With the release of the wonderful Cookie Home Tab 1.7, and the ability to add analog clocks, I have decided to start this thread to add my modified analog clocks to work with this wonderful Manila MOD

Check out the application thread for more info!



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