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Simply Lockscreen for Android Now Available
If you are itching to get a lockscreen replacement for your Android device, you may want to take a look at what XDA member artisan_lewa has in stock for you. He created a new lockscreen that has several options on screen, such as weather information, time, date, and more. To top it off, the app itself is quite customizable. So, please feel free to download it from the market and report any feedback for the dev.
Me and my bud from Spain (the coder) made a sweet lockscreen replacement.
Just search for “Simply Lockscreen” in the market.
Feel free to post bugs n’ such.
You can find more information in the app thread.
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