Posts Tagged ‘customization’
  • iPhone 5th day makes your Nokia 5800 a little more fruity
    by Mike
    Posted April 20th, 2009 at 6:55 am
    There is no doubt that Apple had an all out success when it revealed their iPhone UI to the world.  Since then, iPhone themes for all sorts of devices have popped up in order to bring a little bit of that Apple/iPhone flare to other devices.  iPhone 5th day by Dsma over at Daily Mobile is a great looking Nokia 5800 theme that perfectly captures everything that is the iPhone while still pleasing Symbian users with functionality the OS has long offered.  If this iPhone-esqe theme is exactly...
  • Palm Pre UI meets iPhone hardware…looks 85% right
    by Mike
    Posted April 16th, 2009 at 6:35 am
    If you are one of the many who have come to realize that if you want certain features out of your iPhone you're just going to have to settle for less than Apple approved ways and have a certain glimmer in your eye for the UI sexiness that is webOS, iPhone theme designer "balderson" from the MMi forums has something right up your alley.  Currently the webOS theme only features 21 icons meaning if you are a stickler for uniformity you're going to want to pick up an icon hider as well as a lau...
  • Chiron Theme for Blackberry brings brushed steel/chrome to your beloved device
    by Mike
    Posted April 14th, 2009 at 11:51 am
    If the wave of "iPhonish" themes is getting old and wearing thin leaving you looking for something new, the Chiron Blackberry theme has just what you need.  Featuring 8 customizable scrolling icons and 3 today icons plus a brushed metal/chrome look to it, it takes on a more machined/industrial look that says "Hey, I'm a serious here".  So the theme won't talk to you or help your masculinity, but it will look pretty darn good on your Blackberry 8900 Curve, Bold, or Storm.  Head on over to ...
  • Make Vista more personal with “Vista Logon Changer”
    by Mike
    Posted April 2nd, 2009 at 1:42 pm
    If you are one of the 5 people using Vista and are getting tired of the hoops you have to go through in order to change something as simple as the Logon background or sound file that chimes when you startup and logon, Vista Logon Changer is for you.  This simple app makes it dead simple to change the logon background as well as the startup sound.  If custom is the way you roll, you might want to download Vista Logon Changer and see all the custom goodness you've been missing (or too lazy t...
  • “Snow” Symbian theme brings arctic chill to your beloved mobile
    by Mike
    Posted April 1st, 2009 at 9:16 am
    Todays Symbian theme o beauty comes from Daily Forums once again.  This time it is the "Snow" theme created by Kimi.  If this winter look is your type of thing and you own a Nokia 5800 (only supported model), hit up Daily Forum's forum to get your download.   Source: Daily Mobile...
  • Brand Thunder…another way to give Firefox a pretty face.
    by Mike
    Posted April 1st, 2009 at 9:08 am
    In the ever increasing adoption of technology, people naturally are drawn towards customizing that technology much like they did in the good 'ol days with their dolls and GI Joes (probably a poor analogy but that's all I've got).  Fast forward to now, and look at your everyday web browser.  Do you have one...or several?  Are you a Mac user or Windows user?  These things can play in to how you alter your computer enviorment to suit your personal tastes.  A new service for Firefox called ...
  • Theme Firefox the lighter way with Personas
    by Mike
    Posted March 31st, 2009 at 11:41 am
    I won't lie, I love to put various themes on all of my electronics if possible. I simply like change. Changing themes on Firefox can sometimes be chore as you have to restart the browser. Granted, you can "save and quit" and have all of your tabs reopen at restart but if you have dozens of tabs open, all of those tabs reloading at once can cause the less apt computer to have a stroke. That's where Personas come in. They aren't as deeply integrated as normal themes and are integrated as ...
  • The Racer Theme for Blackberry puts a new twist on wallpaper…
    by Mike
    Posted March 30th, 2009 at 9:59 am
      The title above leads one to believe that a "special wallpaper" would be or is a gimmicky way to sell a theme. However, the way the developer of The Racer theme from idBerry exicuted his "window wallpaper" is actually quite unique and adds a pretty cool twist on Blackberry themes. What it is is essentially a "banner" or overlay over the actual wallpaper with just a small spot left open to allow the actual wallpaper to show through. As you can see above, it works well and gives you almos...
  • “Blue Wave” Nokia theme is cool as ice
    by Mike
    Posted March 23rd, 2009 at 9:17 am
    Tinkers and Nokia fans alike have another theme to gush over as Blue Wave *designer Taieb* brings a cool blue glow to S60v3 phones  with a 240 x 320 display such as but not limited to: N73, N78, N79, N82, N85, N86, N95, N96, E61, E63, E65, E66, E71, E75, 6220 Classic If Blue Wave is just what you've been looking for, head on over to the Daily Mobile forums and pick up your copy.   Source: Daily Mobile...
  • JackRebel beats the blah out of your computer
    by Mike
    Posted March 1st, 2009 at 2:51 pm
    Do you like to tweak your computers' settings?  Is the first thing you do when freshly installing a new operating system or buying a new computer to completely change the look of the UI or add your own personal effects?  If so, Jack Rebel is a neat site that is definitely worth a look.  JR is chock full of icons, wallpapers, dock themes, iTunes skins, and more!  If you're feeling a little bored, and tired of looking at the same old thing on your computer, stop by Jack Rebel and see what ...
  • “Deep Black” for Android brings it a little closer to the dark side.
    by Mike
    Posted February 16th, 2009 at 8:18 am
    One of Android's greatest features is its openness.  For people who love to customize and tinker with their devices, the Android is one of the top platforms.  Changing the theme on  your device is one of the most obvious ways to change your device and make it into your own.  Kron2 over at Mod my Gphone has released "Deep Black" for the G1.  It's a sweet looking theme that gives the G1 and over all darker feel.  Come inside for a few more screens of the theme in action. (more...)...
  • Leopard theme for Google Reader
    by Mike
    Posted February 7th, 2009 at 11:19 pm
    Do you use Google Reader?  Are you tired of the standard look?  I really wish Google would implement themes into Google Reader like they've done with Gmail.  It would really add a nice touch to the versatile feed reader.  Now before you get too excited take note that it does involve some file moving and terminal.  So, if getting down and dirty with Leopard behind the scenes isn't your thing, look else where.  For the full rundown of specific instructions broken down by browser, head on...
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