Themer Adds XDA Theme, Available Now
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 Portal.
If you want to know more about Themer, here are some helpful videos:
And of course, XDA is home to the official Themer forums where you can exchange themes you’ve made, offer tips and tricks, and get support.
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