SGXU Big Clock Lockscreen for Windows Mobile
Modifications such as Co0kie’s Home Tab provide you with a choice of lockscreens for your phone to use, but all can begin to feel a little over-familiar over time. XDA member spikegotti‘s SGXU Big Clock Lockscreen application replaces these tired layouts with something more stylistically appealing.
As the name suggests, the new lockscreen features a large and striking clock so you can easily check the time by peeking at your phone. The interface is completed by smooth translucent background effects and a simplistic slide-to-unlock key which is located at the bottom of the screen.
If you have a WVGA device you can test the lockscreen by downloading the .cab from the application thread.
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