SimpleText for Android – Create Your Own Text Icons
XDA member redphx wrote about SimpleText for Android devices. It´s a minimalistic text icon creator which will let you add the sentences or phrases you want to your home screen. This light application does not require any root permission at all. The latest version has the option to write to the desktop widgets, added full screen mode, alpha transparency, background color, adjustable text position, alignment, size, text rotation, and customizable shadow effects amongst many more. You need to have LauncherPro, ADW Launcher, Go Launcher, or similar.
Working for all Android versions, this app can be found for free in the usual place. Please let us know your comments.
Originally posted by redphx
Simple Text is an application creates minimalistic text icon for LauncherPro, ADW Launcher, Go Launcher…
Download: It’s FREE. Go to Market, search for “Simple Text” or scan this barcode
– Save style
– RGB color picker
– Alpha transparency
– Background color
– Adjustable text position, alignment, size…
– Text rotation
– Cusomizable shadow effect
– Font supports:
— Default fonts
— External font directory: /sdcard/Simple Text/fonts
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