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Cyanogen Theme Showcase Makes Customizing Your Phone Easy

Being able to customize your phone just the way you like it is a double-edged sword. Android offers a lot of ways to change your phone’s appearance to your liking, but that also means that there is a lot of options out there for you to choose from. For me personally, whenever I sit down and decide to personalize things it can take a long time. Cyanogen Theme Showcase is looking to make that process much shorter, assuming you are running a CyanogenMod ROM.

If you are looking to make your phone look fresh from top to bottom, there are so many different parts that you need to customize. Starting with the lockscreen, you have a wallpaper, icons, fonts, sounds boot animations and the list keeps going. This can all be very hard and time consuming to track down and even then, one piece might not look good with the other after you install it. Cyanogen’s Theme Showcase brings all of that into one application so you can pick and choose from a library of customizations quickly and easily.

True to Cyanogen history, the app is designed almost exactly to Google’s app guidelines, so it looks clean and fresh. Icon packs for all of the biggest home replacement apps like Nova, LauncherPro, Trebuchet and more are compatible as well. All the developer has to do is submit their creations to the Theme Showcase app and it can be featured. If you are looking to start your customization, hit the link below for the download.

Play Link

  • MReprogle

    Why the heck is my HTC One m7 coming up as not supported in the store? I am rooted as well as having CM..

  • I paid for the Flux theme already and this app is telling me I have to pay $1.75 for it.

    • Jason Purp

      The app just tells you the price of it on the Play Store. You don’t buy it from the app. It links you to the Play Store listing. The app doesn’t know what you have and have not already purchased.

      • Actually it does know because it tells me I already purchased KK Extreme. No big deal just thought I’d point that out.

        • It’s telling you you’ve installed KK Extreme. You probably don’t have Flux installed yet.

          • Flux is actually my daily driver theme that I’m using right now. It’s just a bug most likely nothing we can solve or argue over

  • AOSB v1.3.5 (the most controversial ROM on XDA) installed and running fine..

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  • Jeremy Martin

    This is useful. Makes using CM on my X even better.

    • dave

      on your moto x?
      how did you root it

      • Jeremy Martin

        I unlocked the bootloader via the Chinese middleman method found on XDA.

        • dave

          Not worth 50$ imo

          • mamaz

            50 BUCKS?!?!?!

          • Jeremy Martin

            say what you want but its still cheaper than buying the dev version out right 🙂

  • Droid Ronin

    I used to use the theme list from ROM Toolbox or XDA, but this will make it more convenient!

  • Tyler Lehmann

    Hmmm… I’m running Beanstalk on my Verizon Galaxy S3, which is based on Cyanogenmod and includes the theme chooser, but the app isn’t compatible with my device. Does this only work on pure Cyanogenmod roms?

    • paulqg

      Same here. I’m running droidkang which is based on cyanogenmod and the app isn’t compatible as well.

    • Brandal Wagener

      PAC Rom 4.4 for Galaxy Note 2 here and it downloaded just fine

    • grumpyfuzz

      compatible with PA and it’s not even based on cyanogenmod. You should contact the dev of your rom or something

  • Evan

    So you have to be rooted???

    • Carlos Lopez

      Rooted, unlocked bootloader, and a custom recovery to flash the CM rom

      • Brady Wassam

        Unless you have an One Plus One

        • Guy Pierce

          And invited!

    • T4rd

      Root and CM are completely synonymous with each other.