Skins-Widget for Android – Gingerbread Style
Gingerbread for Android devices is here, but for those devices not ready for it yet, XDA member spirellilein presents this nice skin widget clock with more than 6 skins to choose from. The developer is open to receive requests for new skins, clocks, and fonts. So, if you like this work, please just leave feed back with your request.
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Originally posted by spirellilein
[SKIN | Beautiful Widget] – Gingerbread Style & More
I present you a few new clock designs for the Beautiful Widget clock:
Here some new improved fresh skins, which are actually more unconventual I think. Currently they have the same landscape skins like the old ones, but maybe I will improve them in a few days as well.
How to Install:
Download the rar-file, open it
Place the included folder to sdcard\data\beautifulwidgets\skins
Open Beautiful Widgets -> Skins
Choose your downloaded skin, and apply.
Any wishes for new colors, or special clock-fonts are welcome.
Hope u enjoy!
You can find more information in the original thread.
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