It’s been quite awhile since I’ve taken a look at any CM11 themes, but the gentlemen here at AndroidGuys, sure haven’t stopped. Today, I’m going to take a look at
We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for our Android. So much so that we present our ongoing series of Get
We’re going to give you a look at several icon packs that you must know about and that you need installed on your mobile devices, TODAY!
The beauty of Android is in the ability to customize it, do whatever you like and use it as such. In other words you’re not nearly as limited as you
I’m an icon addict to the point of where I really need some serious intervention. But don’t call anyone quite yet, because you might just enjoy what I’m fixing to
Look, we know you love to play with the look and feel of your Android smartphone or tablet. Gauging by the interest in our icon pack highlight posts we understand
Google will soon introduce some new icons for its Android applications, reports Android Police. Rumored to be part of what’s called Project Moonshine, the new icons will more closely align
We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for our Android. So much so that we present our ongoing series of
One of our absolute favorite things about Android is the fact that you can bend and tweak the platform to your needs. Sure, there’s rooting and modding for deep level
Most of the times you want to modify your battery icons, you have to flash an update.zip or push files to your phone with adb. Not anymore if you are a proud owner of a Galaxy S, Epic, Nexus One, HTC Hero CDMA or HTC Magic.
Here’s a handy resource for you current and prospective Android developers. We’ve done our best to compile a list of wireframes, templates, GUI PSD’s, stencils and more to help you
LauncherPro is a pretty popular home replacement. With its pinch-to-zoom, custom docks, and endless settings, it certainly packs a punch. You can even change icons on the homescreen. A new
Are you finding yourself filling up most or all of your Android desktop screens with shortcuts and widgets?Â Those with the “stock” Android experience will tell you it’s pretty easy