We’ve covered themes before from MMMOOO, and my experience has been almost universally positive when trying their themes for my own BlackBerry device. That’s why I’m glad to present their latest creation, Harvest Time. I suppose the name comes from the default wallpaper, which fits well with the coming season. But the theme is about more than looks. In fact, it’s one of those themes where you can change around the wallpaper without making your screen look ugly or out of sorts. It really has some customizable features, as you can gather from the shot above. What stands out most with this theme is the clock. It looks something like the clock on HTC Android devices, and also contains a weather slot. Honestly, I can’t imagine having this theme and not having a weather app to go with it. On top of the clock is the main status bar, which contains the date, signal meters, and notifications. Then there’s the bottom bar, which has five static icons, including a prominent profiles one. In the main area is a 2-by-5 set of customizable icons. I really dig how well they stand out on almost any background. They’re not exactly original — we’ve all seen this icon set before on other custom themes — but for some reason they really pop with this theme. And now here’s a blast from the past: a Today screen that contains both messages and calendar appointments. Best of all, it’s completely optional. If you want that information you can turn it on. If you’d rather have a plain home screen, you can flip off the option. This theme also has plenty of customizable options, such as the lock screen, weather slot, profiles icon, and more. And, again, you can add to this theme with your own custom wallpaper. The icons are designed so that they stand out from almost any background color. The only issue you might hit is with the Today section. If you’re looking for a highly customizable theme that has a killer icon set and the option to switch the wallpaper, you can get the Harvest Time theme for just $2.99.
New Theme Thursday: Harvest Time
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