XDA TV App Gets a Makeover
Some people don’t like white and brown–let’s just say it. They remind me of toilets. Thankfully, this is a dilemma that nathanpc has covered in the latest iteration of his phone and tablet app for our video show, XDA TV.
If you don’t like the official-colours theme, you can now download a “dark” version. This makes things black, mostly. But we all know that black is cool and if I was to get a sports car or elaborate electrical item, it would be black.
This app got an update recently. It had a rocky start, but I have to say the app is brilliantly refined compared to its original iteration. Nathan, a new developer on the block, released this app as his first development. I must admit that he’s made a turn around on almost all issues reported to date. Fantastic work, Nathan.
If you want to grab this, do so over at the thread. Don’t forget to leave a message of support to the developer while you’re at it!
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