Use your imagination to create a unique theme for your BlackBerry device and share it with others with the help of this powerful application
|Updated||Jul 14th 2014|
Research In Motion Limited N/A N/A
|Crack Size||221 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7|
All BlackBerry users want to get the most of your handheld device and visual customization is one of the first things on the list. If that's the case, then BlackBerry Theme Studio might be the perfect tool to help you in this regard.
Just like its name suggests, this application has been specifically developed to help you create themes for your Blackberry smartphone. Although just a theme editor, it is a pretty complex software solution.
BlackBerry Theme Studio enables you to change the layout, the fonts and the images used inside the operating system, thus making your Blackberry much more attractive. Most UI elements can be changed directly by double clicking or by right clicking on them.
While testing it, something that caught our attention was the care for details and the fact that the application enables you to adjust almost every tiny element, including message dialogs, icons and backgrounds.
A great thing is that BlackBerry Theme Studio Crack comes with support for social services like Twitter and Facebook as well as for BlackBerry Messenger. Also, if you want to share the themes you create, there's an option of exporting them in the proper compressed format that will allow for BlackBerry App World upload.
All in all, BlackBerry Theme Studio is the right tool if you wish to add your personal touch to a Blackberry device. It supports a variety of customizations and the automated export that's part of BlackBerry App World integration make this software one of the top choices in its category.
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