Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by VZdubrep, Jul 16, 2010.
TrendyBull, it's Beautiful Widgets.
Yes they are, this is what that screen has looked like lately though
the paid or free version?
there isn't a free version of Beautiful widgets
Yay. You are using the wallpaper I made. Awesome!!! I use this one as my go to wallpaper when I don't have a new one. It looks great with your set up.
Thanks. I made the background by layering the Hiroshige painting over a distressed paper texture, then a wood texture, then applying some filters to make it have that sort of vignette look. I LOVE Hiroshige's artwork, and this one in particular lends itself well to being overlaid over paper textures.
Just like jreed said, there isn't a free version but it's only like 2 bucks for it. I was hesitant to try it but it is VERY much worth the money and does not drain the battery. Lots of skins to choose from for customizations!
What clock widget are you using?
It's called Beautiful Widgets.
Just use the scanner on the phone on the qr in the next post.
Er this one... I quoted the wrong post.. its on page 4.
Here is my homescreen:
Using LauncherPro obviously with custom icons. It was somewhat painful to manually make all those icons, but at least it's now one of a kind! Inspiration for this look was taken from a Georgia bulldogs fan on the LauncherPro forums, so I can't take full credit. I still haven't finished my other screens, but am not going through the effort to make all icons match for the rest.
i found it.. here you go man
How do you add that dock background image on the phone?
EDIT: launcher pro display settings.
Use ADW Launcher. You can resize everything. I like it much better than Pro.
Does adw have the same scrollable bottom dock? I use that a lot of my main use apps.
I like that, very simple and things are easy to find
What battery widget is that? BatteryLeft?
Also can anyone recommend a good app/widget that tells you how much memory is being used up on your MicroSD card and how much you still have left?
The battery widget is BatteryLife by Curvefish.
There's a simple widget that shows your phone and sd card's space available and a small battery monitor called Mini Info by Dynotes.
How small is the widget? Do you use it?
It has a bottom dock, not as many docks.