We've been hard at work to bring new features to Themer as quickly as possible. We'd like to highlight some key new features that users have been asking for.
We're thrilled to announce that as of today Themer users have downloaded a total of 1 million themes. Our most popular themes continue to be Tiled, Seven, Sky, Horizon, and HUD, and with over 60 one-click themes to choose from, there's a theme to fit all tastes and styles.
One of the most requested features we get for Themer is gestures, which allows you to use simple finger gestures right from your homescreen, to launch apps, visit a certain webpage, play/pause music, and a lot more. Finger gestures include a swipe down/up, two-finger swipe down/up, and double tap.
As we announced yesterday, MyColorScreen has acquired the best, most versatile and customizable widget available for Android: Zooper Widget. Zooper lets you build an endless combination of dynamic widgets either from scratch or with the many pre-existing templates available. With Zooper, you can build widgets with conditional imagery, system info, advanced progress bars, and a lot more. You can see Zooper on play here.
We wanted to explain what this means for Themer, for Zooper, and for the many designers that use Zooper.
We are proud to announce that Francesco Colferai, the author of Zooper Widget, has joined the development team working on Themer, the one-click Android theming app by MyColorScreen, currently in beta. The "Pro" version of Zooper, a highly customizable "do-it-yourself" Android widget, has an average rating of 4.8 out of a possible 5 stars on Google Play.
Many themes have an onscreen indicator showing how many unread emails you have. Currently this feature only works with Gmail, but if you have multiple Gmail accounts, you can choose which account the unread indicator will monitor. You can even choose which folder you want it to monitor.