How to write & draw remotely on your Android-using friends' lock-screens
1. Get started
It begins with the simple act of installing the LokLok Beta on your Android smartphone. Don't be put off by the Beta tag, as not only you're about to download a nearly finished app, but you'll also help its clever developers with popularity and feedback! Upon start-up, LokLok will ask you to sign in with an e-mail or Facebook account. It will also offer to pick up your contacts from the latter, so you can connect to your friends and get them in the know about the app.
Drawing is done by swiping a single finger on the screen, while two finger-swiping act as an eraser. Accessible from the palette in the middle, the drawing tools are pretty basic. You have a choice of colors, line thickness, and paint/brush type. Can't complain, though - the great artists of old didn't have anything more to work with, and somehow DaVinci ended up with the Mona Lisa.
3. Lock-screen invasion
After your friendly-doodle-mega-project is complete, the next logical step is to unleash it upon the lock-screens of select targets in your social circle. Just tap the check-mark icon, select your friend(s), and let LokLok do its magic. Obviously, your friends must have the app installed as well. If they don't, they will receive a notification inviting them to download it. Additionally, you can share your doodle on every social network known to mankind through the ubiquitous Android share button.
At this point you're probably warmed up to the idea of LokLok, and possibly worried about how secure is the whole process. At this point, security is there, but it's basic. The app saves no doodle history and groups are "completely private". Just like no one can search for your phone contacts, no one can search your identity and friends on LokLok.
And that's it! Enjoy kwamecorp's clever idea for an app and become known as the best Android lock-screen artist in your friend circle!