There are countless user interfaces currently available for Android, and that number is steadily growing. It’s obvious Windows 8 is going to turn some heads once it hits tablets soon, but what’s to stop us from
Facebook isn’t the only one in Android land getting a fancy new update. Twitter for Android just received its latest update today that matched it up with the recent changes to the web version. Some might not like the
A nice 3D interface certainly makes our smartphones and tablets look better and one of the firms we have talked about a few times called SPB Software is being purchased by another firm called Yandex. The move will see new 3D UIs
Are you guys ready for some delicious looking user interface and lockscreens for your Android? Because the team over at MIUI have released some pictured and screens of their next UI changes and they sure look good. What you are
Windows Phone 7 themes for Android have been around for quite some time. However, these custom themes are not only lacking featuring and in need of development, they require the user to get rid of their customizable,
The Sony Xperia Arc is one of the top mobile cameras on the market and the Sony Ericsson Product Blog is talking about the upcoming Arc’s impressive camera and new interface that will be much quicker and result in better shots.
XDA Members appelflap and impaler747 have put together a battery icon mod for release. The application’s purpose is to create a single application that can easily handle battery icon changes for as many devices as possible.
One of the most important features of any app is, of course, its user interface. The user interface is what the end user interacts with instead of dealing with all of the complicated code a developer has put together, so it needs
Besides the Droid X being unveiled today in New York, this car dock made an appearance as well. Naturally, a device of this caliber will have a slew of accessories. Not only is this dock a multimedia cradle but it has scratch
The latest numbers from Google says that Android 2.1 is now on 50% of phones. These figures are obtained by the number of times a certain device visits the Android Market. Oddly enough, there is no mention of android 2.2 on the