BlackBerry theme roundup - June 19, 2012

BlackBerry theme roundup 6-19-12
By Alicia Erlich on 19 Jun 2012 09:14 am EDT
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Welcome to another edition of our theme roundup my fellow theme addicts. I hope you all had a great weekend! Now it's time to get back to work and I have some great themes to show you in the roundup this week. Be sure to click on the jump and check them out.

If you developed a theme you want to share or see featured in the contest or discovered a really great one out there by all means shoot it on over to us! Submit your tips and suggestions to themeroundup[at]crackberry.com for consideration. I hope you enjoy this week's picks so be sure to click on the jump to check them out.

Space Theme

Space theme by Pz-Design

If you think the design of this theme looks familiar then you have a good eye. Based on the popular video game Starcraft II, this detailed replica by Pz-Design looks just like the original and comes with an all new icon set, 8-10 today plus on the home screen, weather dock support (select devices), and is wallpaper friendly. Join in the galactic fight and feel like a kid again by grabbing this FREE theme in BlackBerry App World. It's compatible with BlackBerry 8900/10/80, 9000, 9630/50, and 9700/80/88 running OS4.6 through OS6. (This theme is not OS7 compatible).

More information/screenshots and to download Space for OS4.6 - 5
More information/screenshots and to download Space for OS6

DreamLine

DreamLine - OS7 Compatible by Raypho

DreamLine is another smooth, functional, and simple theme from Raypho. Known for their quality themes, this latest release features customized battery and signal meters, hidden zen style (OS4-5 only) with hotkeys, android style icons, and custom wallpapers and colors. You can pick up up this clean and refreshing theme in BlackBerry App World for $1.99 and it's available for most devices running OS 4.6 and higher.

More information/screenshots and to purchase DreamLine

WoodGrain

WoodGrain by Matthew Cetlinksi

If you haven't browsed through our theme forums recently chances are you missed WoodGrain by Matthew Cetlinksi. This simple yet effective theme offers a dark wood grain design, custom backgrounds, wallpapers and menu background images, and a few updated fonts. WoodGrain is only $.99 in BlackBerry App World and is compatible with BlackBerry 9220, 9300/20/30/50/60/70/80, 9650, 9700/80/88/90, and 9900/30/81 running OS6 and higher.

More information/screenshots and to purchase WoodGrain

Oooh La La Theme

Oooh La La Theme by BB Theme Studio

As I said once before, I really like the detailed artistry and customization that BB Theme Studio offers. Oooh La La Theme is another work of art that all you theme lovers out there will enjoy. This theme features beautiful high definition cute art backgrounds, custom icons, colors, focus icons, and customizable user defined icons on the home screen. All of this can be yours for just $1.99. Be sure to head on over to BlackBerry App World and give this or any of their other intricate designs a try. It's available for most BlackBerry devices running OS4.5 and higher.

More information/screenshots and to download Oooh La La Theme

Ion Blue

Ion Blue by BBThemes

BBThemes, the developer that brought you Seven Point Five, is at it again with his latest creation, Ion Blue. This time he's designed a cool soothing theme with blue and grey accents throughout that makes your display stand out. With custom backgrounds, resdesigned home screen, skinned calculator, compass, media player and browser, it all comes together to make one stunning theme. If you're looking to switch off of stock then be sure to check this out in BlackBerry App World for $1.99. Plus don't forget those great looking PlayBook OS2.0 icons. It's compatible with BlackBerry 9350/60/70/90 and 9900/30/81 running OS7/7.1.

More information/screenshots and to purchase Ion Blue

That's it for this week folks. Hungry for more themes? Be sure to browse the themes in our forums and those available in BlackBerry App World. See you all next week.

2 comments

willtothewong

Man these themes are nice.

Why can't RIM release theme builder for OS7 so we can all start having nice themes =D

adamschuetze

I use Seven Point Five, and it's nice. Simple, not overdone. I like the OS2 icons, the half-width upper banner, and the slight skinning. Also, when I change the font size and type, the skinning hasn't broken device-wide font control. My fonts, my font size, are everywhere on the device instead of being different in some menus and popup windows.