Themer Beta is awesome! A large number of wholly-integrated themes up for grabs
But, no more! The Themer Beta app is now available on the Play Store, and has been for about two months now. Our initial run with it was overwhelmingly positive, and it's about time you give it a shot, too.
Themer is a launcher replacement, and a pretty great one at that, though do keep in mind that the app is obviously still in beta. In other words, you should expect some kinks, though we ourselves ran into very minor ones this past month, despite testing it on three separate devices. Anyway, perhaps he best part of Themer is its resourceful database of ready-made homescreen themes that are a little more than a wallpaper and a few icons. The entirety of the Android UI and system is integrated pretty handsomely, and there's definitely something for everyone out there. Best of all, Themer is free to download, and so are themes! Moreover, considering the wide-reaching community behind it, we're actually expecting the number of available themes to continue growing, not to mention that the folks behind the app are extremely well-versed in how-to's, so support for newbies to 'theme-ing' is anything but lacking.
2. toiletcleaner (Posts: 193; Member since: 10 Oct 2012)
Can I do that on my iPhone 5S 64-bit A7 ? oh wait .... Is only for android
7. thephonedude (Posts: 59; Member since: 27 Oct 2012)
Sorry but your actions suggests that your mentality is equivalent to a thirteen year old child....don't be mistaken. I'm an Android fan but, least I don't burn iPhone users, BB10 phone owners.. and WP owners. Grow up kid.
4. jibraihimi (Posts: 695; Member since: 29 Nov 2011)
I used it for about 3 weeks, but then again reverted back to Adw launcher ex. Themer is great if you're looking for prebuilt themes, but if you're into lots of customization, then you will not like it, as it don't give tons of customizing options like Nova, apex or adw launchers, and above all my biggest gripe with themer was that, it's a big RAM hog, anytime using 130-150 mb or RAM on average, whereas Nova launcher used about 40-50MB of RAM, and Adw ex is using about 20-30MB of RAM on average, so presently I'm using Adw launcher ex, but will give themer another shot when it's out of beta................
5. GeekMovement (Posts: 1505; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
I might give it a try after they continue to improve and fix the little 'kinks' to make it more optimized & stable (maybe when it's out of beta). If it's something like buzz launcher I don't think I will be too impressed, but look at all that customization. That's one of the beauties of Android.
6. Ikechukwu (Posts: 143; Member since: 03 Oct 2011)
Good but I'll just stick with my Xperia themes