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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Android: We had barely finished handing out invites for Aviate when Yahoo bought the company behind the intelligent home screen that adapts to your habits. Now it's back, sans the invite requirement, for Android phones.
Android: We feature a lot of bold, if harsh home screens here. This design, courtesy of My Color Screen user Jobe1785 goes for a calmer look, with easy-on-the-eyes translucent panels and lightweight icons.
Instead of creating a bunch of screens with your most-used apps, My Color Screen user Peszek created a simple home screen with four columns that expand to show appsand information. Just tap on a category and it will show you apps in that category, as well as a popout widget with information on that category.
Android: Minecraft is a game that nearly rivals LEGO for unleashing the power of your imagination. Naturally, it's a perfect fit for your home screen.
Android: This home screen from My Color Screen contributor ogkillergreen uses clean, easy-to-read widgets to give you just the essential information you need at a glance.
Android: If you've been obsessed with the new Cosmos series, or you're just playing Portal 2 for the jillionth time, a space-themed home screen would not go amiss. My Color Screen user Pedro Gelli has you covered.