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Red Sense Theme for Droid Incredible
One good thing about the Android interface, is the ability to skin it. The common Android interface is somewhat boring, and although rumors tell us the interface will be completely revamped in the next version, a lot of people think it could definitely use some fancy eye-candy. XDA member jonnybueno created a red theme for the Droid Incredible, which includes hundreds of redrawn graphics. All these graphics fit each other perfectly, which creates a great overall look.
Originally posted by jonnybueno
Two versions available currently, more to come!
Screenshots in the second post.
The developer promises that there will be a lot more coming soon, so if you don’t like this one, maybe the following themes are more your cup of tea!
Continue on to the theme thread to find the downloads.
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