Crack Your Device (Almost) Literally with Broken Screen Widget
Do you enjoy playing practical jokes on your friends? As always, there’s a proverbial app for that. This time, it’s XDA forum member kcpdev who has the perfect widget for you.
The developer’s debut app simulates a moderately sized crack in your screen, which at first glance is quite convincing. There are several different built in shatter patterns to choose from, all of which are sure to make your victim’s heart skip a beat.
This is an unpretentious widget supposed to fake an impact on the phone screen and so simulate a broken screen to fool your friends .
Continue on to the original thread to get cracking… Get it?
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