Forever Alone SMS and MMS Widget Available for Android
Are you fond of all the silliness that the internet has to offer nowadays? Places like Reddit, 4chan, and others bring us concepts and ideas of things that are… well, silly. One such concept, the “forever alone” meme, which you can read about in the link provided, is what inspired XDA member Jordan5222 to create this widget for Android. It is a simple SMS and MMS counter that will change the forever alone guy into his “happy stage” whenever a message is received. The widget is small and should fit nicely in your home screen giving it a small touch of the internet to take with you. It will certainly give people something to talk about when they look at your screen and see this widget.
So, if you try it out, please leave some feedback for the dev to see if further functionality can be achieved.
It remains Forever Alone until a SMS or a MMS arrives and gives you the count of the unreaded SMS and MMS.
Also brings you in the SMS inbox when clicked.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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