If you’re always using your Android phone while you’re on the move, you’ll probably appreciate this app that just hit the Android Market recently. Called Transparent Screen, this app turns your phone’s display “transparent”, allowing you to see what’s in front of you while you’re looking at the phone’s screen. It makes use of your phone’s rear camera and overlays it on top of your entire display. A pretty nifty idea, though it’s known to drain quite a lot of battery – I guess it’s up to you to decide whether it’s worth the trade off.
The app is available for download now on the Android Market and is available as a free and pro version (no ads for $1). Give it a shot and let us know what you think.
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