orb3000 · Jan 26, 2011 at 03:12 pm

Time and Date Contrast Live Wallpaper for Android

XDA member matt_stang presents this live wall paper option for your Android device. This contrasted color wall paper will give you time and date on black or white back ground and has a nice 3D rotation effect when moving around the home screens. The developer presents this new option in free and paid versions, with the difference that in paid one you can select the color. Future versions will come with the chance to use custom text or cycle through custom messages or custom text and time & date, change size of font as well as choosing from prepackaged fonts as well as your own fonts, and display battery percentage with height of the contrast lines.
You can get it on the market and please leave feedback.

Originally posted by matt_stang
Time & Date Contrast LW displays the time and date with a minimalist 2-toned contrast and 3D rotations when swiping through home screens; all done with maximum efficiency to keep your phone running smoothly.

Features in this version include:
– Complete color customization
– An easy to use interface for setting the height of the contrast line
– Toggling 3D rotation and sliding
– **Display battery percentage with height of the contrast line

Features coming soon:
– Use custom text or cycle through custom messages or custom text and time & date
– Change size of font as well as choosing from prepackaged fonts as well as your own fonts
– **Display battery percentage with height of the contrast line
– More features that either I haven’t thought of or you haven’t requested!

Feedback and requests/suggestions are always welcome via comments or email

Continue to the application thread.


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