POSTS TAGGED: themer
Posted January 30, 2014 at 11:00 am by admin
On Jan 28th, Themer, the one-click homescreen theming app for Android, passed one million Play store downloads.
As we know from the popularity of theming here on XDA, Android personalization has become an art form in its own right as themes require a healthy dose of beauty, intrigue, and creativity. The team over at Themer recently posted a video created by well-known MyColorScreen designer GaRyArTs. The video shows how inspiration can strike at any moment and how there’s a whole creative process that goes into making a theme.
We talked with another one of our favorite designers, Michal Peszkowski, creator of several popular themes, including Sky, Bookmarks, Xbox, and Green Accent, all of which are a. . . READ ON »
Posted December 20, 2013 at 10:30 am by admin
In the world of ultra-customizable build-your-own Android widgets, there are only a handful of options. UCCW (Ultimate Custom Widget) and Minimalistic Text are probably the most well-known. But the most powerful, the undisputed heavyweight champion of Android, is clearly Zooper.
Zooper is not one widget—it’s pretty much anything you can imagine. When you drag Zooper to your homescreen, an editor opens that lets you choose among some pre-installed templates, a blank slate, or any templates you’ve downloaded from the Google Play Store or saved to your SD card. Placing an existing template—like any of those in the screenshot below—takes just seconds. You can use Zooper . . . READ ON »
Posted December 5, 2013 at 01:30 pm by admin
For those who want a themed Android phone without all the work of configuring widgets, wallpapers, and icons, our friends at MyColorScreen offer a terrific option with their Themer app (available on Google Play). And as of today, those looking to show their love for XDA can do so by applying the XDA theme, which can be found under the “Newest” category in Themer.
This theme features a card-style UI style homescreen design, as well as a direct link to the XDA forums. It also contains clock and battery stats, weather information, music controls, and access to common apps. There’s also a slide-out panel with missed message notifications, quick access to search, and even a link to the XDA P. . . READ ON »
Posted October 20, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jimmy McGee
This year’s Big Android BBQ was a great event. XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan was in attendance, and you have already seen him interview XDA Elite Recognized Developer XpLoDWilD and Elite Recognized Developer Dees_Troy (interview). However, these were not the only people Jordan interviewed.
In today’s episode, Jordan interviews the artist and personality that is ThaPHLASH. Tha Phlash is a self-described urban artist and creator of numerous icons in use on Android Devices. Honestly, there are no words to describe Tha Phlash properly, so just check out this video.. . . READ ON »
Posted October 7, 2013 at 08:30 pm by admin