home screens

The Blurred L Home Screen

Android: While their styles have become more similar lately, Android and iOS are pretty distinct. This home screen design bridges the gap between the two, utilising the frosted, layered themes of iOS, combined with Android’s new material approach for a unique look.


The Purple Home Screen

No, it’s not Ubuntu on a phone, but you’d forgiven for mistaking the similar colour scheme. This design, courtesy of My Color Screen user Vivek S brings a splash of colour to a functional home screen.


The Doodle Home Screen

Sometimes, an attractive home screen is more enjoyable than a tightly organised one. To that end, this design from the Themer app turns your home screen into a doodle board. Every task you need to perform is its own drawing.


The Flat Tiles Home Screen

Single-screen home screens are excellent at getting you to what you need without too many taps. This design from My Color Screen user Pitoko/David does it with flair, employing some eye-catching tiles.


The Serenity Home Screen

Android: With so many notifications and alerts coming through our phones, we could all use some peace and quiet. This design from My Color Screen user 21Marco12 calms things down a bit.


The Brights Home Screen

If you use the space on your phone properly, you can get by with just one home screen. That’s what My Color Screen user duotoned was going for with this look that puts everything you need on a single screen.


The Outbreak Home Screen

Android: We’ve had some fun with My Color Screen recently after the launch of Themer. Today, we’re going back to our roots with the Outbreak home screen from Deviant Art user revestianieorange.


The Luv Home Screen

Simplicity and home screens go together like a horse and carriage. This design, from My Color Screen user alicarbovader features everything you need on one home screen, including weather, calendar and communication badges.


The Chrome Experience Home Screen

Android: Chrome and Android may go together like a raccoon and a talking tree, but this Chrome OS design for Android home screens might bring the relationship to the next level.


The Android L Home Screen

One of the best features of Android L is its slick new interface. Now, courtesy of My Color Screen user empol, you can get it on your home screen right now — no need to wait for an OTA update.