Android: Chrome OS may still be trying to find its legs, but the UI looks pretty nifty. That’s why MyColorScreen user karmascorer co-opted the interface for their Android phone.
The UI uses the pop-up style menus for folders, widgets, and contacts. The result is that there’s a lot of easily-accessible options with minimal elements. If you want to get this look on your device, here’s what you’ll need:
KitKat Chrome OS [My Color Screen]
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