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Free Glare Theme by MMMOOO

 

Glare for BlackBerry is another one of those themes that change your home screen up giving you a whole different user interface.  MMMOOO, the developers of the theme put together a “roadmap” to how the home screen works:

  • 5 sliding categorized folder icons, each folder contain related icons
  • 2 colors to define bar color style: Color Bar or Grey Bar: slide to the last icon of the 5 sliding categorized folder icons, click it and you can choose one of the style.
  • Weather Slot in the left with fixed position there
  • Calendar and Messages ON/OFF switcher: slide to the white calendar icon in the left down corner. click it, there is +/- mean ON/OFF, and color bar or grey as popup text background.
  • Wallpaper Friendly
  • Numeric battery and signal indicator
  • In the Lock Screen you can even see the Weather Slot there!
  • 7 Stars quality and designing by MMMOOO Themes, and it’s FREE in a limited time!

Glare is only free for a limited time so grab it while it’s available today at the PocketBerry Store.

Glare for BlackBerry >>

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Free Glare Theme by MMMOOO
Collin Sorp
Tue, 19 Jul 2011 14:00:01 GMT

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