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Not all devices can have fluid Honeycomb on their Android devices but thanks to a tip by XDA member SefEXE, we found that it was possible to have a small taste of it. Ripple Lock will let you change your lock screen to Honeycomb. It only has one button and you can choose to use either the lock screen or system default screen. This application will continuously be updated and more colors will be added in future releases. It is worth to try if you want to have a sip of honey.
The app can be downloaded from the market. Please let us know what you think.
Originally posted by SefEXE
Honeycomb-like lockscreen – Ripple Lock
I dunno if this is pretty well-known or not, I do see a few threads in the Galaxy S II section, but I figured I’d let more people know since I just randomly found this on the market.
For those looking for a replacement to their stock lockscreen(and those craving the Honeycomb Lockscreen), SunPengfei brings us Ripple Lock on the Android Market!
There’s a bit of customization that can be done and so far everything’s worked pretty well for me. You can change the font color, style, and size. There’s the ability to have app shortcuts as well.
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