Deluxe Moon for Android Updated
XDA member LifewareSolutions had great success on the original application for Windows Mobile, now ported to Android, Deluxe Moon gets an update. Full moon, new moon and moon phase widgets are added to Full/Lite versions and can be configured with blue or gray colors.
You can find it as either free or paid versions with small variations between each other.
The developer shows a video of how this nice app looks on Android.
Originally posted by LifewareSolutions
[APP] Deluxe Moon / Deluxe Moon Lite [Updated: 2010.10.18]
The most beautiful tool to discover more about the influence of the Moon, your mobile assistant which is always at your service wherever you are.
Deluxe Moon v1.28 release notes
Full Moon Widget added to Full/Lite versions
New Moon Widget added to Full/Lite versions
Moon Phase Widget added to Full/Lite versions
Deluxe Moon v1.27
Added Deluxe Moon Widget 1×1. Can be configured as blue or gray.
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