by Jaime Rivera | June 18, 2015 3:10 PM
Android skins have been one of the most polarized topics to ever reach the platform since its infancy. There was a time when Android was so ugly that it made sense for companies to provided their added touch in the user interface, but that's far from today's reality. Google's Material Design has proven to be one of its most popular assets so far, and if you're interested in getting more of it, now is the time. Google has decided to make its Clock application an application that everyone can download. This app is as barebones as it gets when it comes to the home screen widget, but ...
by Adam Z. Lein | June 26, 2012 8:32 AM
There has been a bit of conflict lately over the new Windows Phone 8 Start screen that was announced last week along with a few other developer features. Some like the current Windows Phone 7.5 start screen because of its asymmetric aesthetics and uniform structure, while others are excited to have greater flexibility in the sizes and arrangement of live tiles in Windows Phone 8. The empty right edge of the old Windows Phone 7.5 actually had a few uses... it was a necessary area for deactivating or applying the tile customization mode, it housed the visual cue to access the app list, ...
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