If there is one thing I enjoy about working in Manhattan, it is the breathtaking skyline and how beautiful the buildings appear fully lit against the night sky. If you want to create a similar appearance on your device then there is City Lights by mgdotnet. This dynamic and colorful theme with a gorgeous city landscape is just the thing to make your display pop. City Lights displays all of the qualities that we expect from a theme: low file size, fast speed, no battery or resource drain, and is the right balance between customization and functionality.
City Lights features a unique aurora effect that not only blends in with the background but is eye catching as well. It offers high quality backgrounds, matching colors woven throughout, green focus icons, custom menus, dialog boxes, and highlights, a two tone star notification icon, and their signature clutter free home screen.
For those searching for a new theme, it is wallpaper friendly, runs smooth, and has an awesome hover effect when you scroll up to the time and date. One of the things I love most about mgdotnet's themes is how they are arranged visually. Everything fits together and is easy on the eyes without one element overpowering another.
City Lights is a clean, bright, and simple theme that also gives a professional feel while still delivering the customization, graphics, and quality we've come to expect. You can grab this theme for $.99 in BlackBerry App World. It is available for BlackBerry 9300/30/50/60, 9650, 9700/80/90, 9800/10/50/60, and 9900/30/81 running OS 6 and higher.
mgdotnet dropped us a line letting us know that their iL7 theme has been updated in BlackBerry App World and is now available for OS 6 and OS 7 devices. Be sure to check out their entire catalog at the link below.
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