FlyScreen debuted back in 2009 and is a cool interactive widget that replaces the lock screen on your Android device. The developer of the app is Cellogic and it has made a deal with NTT DoCoMo that will see FlyScreen be offered to all of the Android users on the Japanese carrier. A location-based services company called Brilliant will push FlyScreen out in Japan.

DoCoMo has partnered with Guidog for LBS provider, the Guidog served is already integrated with FlyLeaf, and apparently, the app will be marketed under the FlyScreen name. Using the Guidog integration with FlyLeaf the user will be able to get all sorts of content on their lock screen including weather, local coupons, train schedules, news, maps and all sorts of other stuff.

The cool part about the app being on the lock screen is that the user can check their information without having to unlock their smartphone. This will really help FlyLeaf get more users. If you use FlyLeaf let us know what you think of the app.

[via TechCrunch]