One of the most unique apps to be made available on the App Store has got to be Pimp Your Screen by Apalon. The ability to completely customize your iOS device’s appearance has been a feature that’s sorely lacking in Apple’s products. Because of this rigidness, people have been resorting to jailbreaking their devices in order to change how they look. Apalon’s app, Pimp Your Screen, is here to help people with the task albeit without the ramifications of jailbreaking the device.
Updated recently to include the ability to customize lock screens, Pimp Your Screen is an app that allows people to make their iOS devices stand out from the crowd. Users can select from a whole range of colors, textures, creative and fun backgrounds, and frames to change the look of the device. They can even modify their icons skins, app shelves, and in the latest version: lock screens. With the Lock Screen maker, users can now change the color of the clock and slider skins, add textures, background images and more.
Pimp Your Screen is available now on the App Store for the low price of $0.99. It works on almost all iOS devices and is constantly updated with fresh images so you won’t ever run out of images to customize your phone/tablet/PMP with. Find out more at the official website.
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