Market Themes — Every Colour of the Rainbow
If you’re an Android user, you probably use the Market a lot. But what if you’re not a green person? What if you’re more of a red person, or a blue? There are many Market themes on XDA, but rarely do you come across a thread which includes many different colours, as opposed to one.
XDA member Dont Panic has got you covered. This clever chappy’ has compiled many different colours into one thread. He’s also provided all of the colours in both MDPI and HDPI, just for that added bit of flexibility. You have the fantastic choice of blue, green, orange, pink, purple, red, white and “wall”. “Wall” seemingly being a black design with green and blue streaks of light.
With such a fantastic collection, I implore you to check out the original thread and show you support!
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