Have Sticky Notes As Your LWP
It looks like the real estate on the home screen is a precious resource, no matter how many screens your current launcher allows you to have. As a result of this quest for maximizing the space available, a new breed of widgets was born. The widgets do not act like widgets per say, but they are integrated in the background as live wallpapers and we have seen a few of these over the last few months. The latest addition to this club is Sticky Notes Live Wallpaper by XDA member perisicboro. His app does exactly what the name implies, it adds a LWP which can be edited to have sticky notes, so that you will not forget about what you were supposed to do when you are playing with your phone, The app comes in two themes and can have up to 5 different sticky notes. Lastly, it supports various resolutions with more being added.
The app is still under development, so if you try it out, please leave some feedback for the developer.
Want to note? Put your sticky note on live wallpaper, and in every moment, you can see it. No chance to forget something, if you write it on the live wallpaper.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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