Corey Visto BB Droid Theme

BB Android Theme
By Adam Zeis on 10 Mar 2008 01:18 am EDT

In my endless pursuit for the perfect theme for my 8830, I stumbled across BB Droid.  Modeled after Google Android, the theme is bright and bold and definitely worth my six bucks.  Corey Visto has had a few previous themes that I've been a fan of, but this one tops my list. The simplicity is amazing. The title bar simply shows a battery and signal meter, date, time and usage icons (bluetooth etc.).  Clean and compact - the way it should be. The application icons are very vibrant and easily distinguished from one another. The most interesting thing is that, as in all of Corey's theme, the Profiles icon is invisible. This is party due to limitations of the current version of the theme maker, but mostly to keep the clutter out of the banner. I really dig that in this theme. I usually just use the keyboard shortcut to get to my profiles anyway, so the icon not being there doesn't really bother me. The fact that it keeps the banner so simple is great. I never really check it on my other themes to see what profile I'm in, so this is a great feature in my opinion. All in all this is one great theme (if you can pull yourself away from our free and favorite User and Abuser Themes that is, which were created by JC Designs). The theme can be downloaded OTA only after a quick Paypal payment to Corey Visto and is available in Zen, Icon, and Today styles for the 7100, 8100, 8300, 8700, and 8800 series.

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Reader comments

Corey Visto BB Droid Theme


I was just notified that the full date is not showing up on the BB Droid themes. I just fixed this issue and re-uploaded the theme files.

So if you are having this issue, just navigate to your confirmation email with the attached OTA and re-download.

Update Includes: 8300, 8700, 8800, Pearl, 7100 - Today, Icon, Zen

If you have any questions, just email me


I am tired with amateur theme, if you are going to design a them do it all the way don't just give me a colorful home screen and decide what fonts and size the menu items and or email list will be.
If I am using BBCasul 11 I want BB casual 11 everywhere.
I don't want you decide for me how menus, fonts, and font size, or email list font & size or option list font & size will look.

if you need an examples look at the RIM scribble theme, if you take pride in your work don't do it half ......

The current theme developer does not allow user selected fonts for email, menus etc etc. It all has to be chosen in the theme builder. I understand where you are coming from though.. and hopefully rim implements those updates.