Theme Lacuna v2.0 for Windows Mobile
Do you still use Windows Mobile as your main platform? Then, it´s time for a new look on your device and all you need to have is Throttle Launcher. XDA member Trekfan422991 presents Lacuna, an interesting minimal style theme that will change the look of your home screen. At the moment, it´s only available for WVGA and WQVGA resolutions but the developer mentions that future versions will include QVGA and VGA as well. You can also find two animated boot screens to match your new theme.
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Originally posted by Trekfan422991
i have been Theme Building For Throttle Launcher awhile now and i have seen that the best themes to have on your phones… are ones that use very little resources.. are quick and finger friendly… and just plain work!!!
Lacuna is my attempt at making the Best Theme for your WM Phone…
it is very simple, will be ported to everyones resolution, and it Looks Great too!!
i really hope you enjoy it
PLEASE GIVE ME FEEDBACK
please stay tuned for updates… and extras having to do with this theme..
i am very Excited about the potential this theme has … and i hope you come to recognize it…
this will never require a Donate… but they are much appreciated as the time it takes for me to code things…
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