Top Android Homescreen June 20th Edition: The Future ctOS Interface


We're back with a new top homescreen for this week, and this one takes some heavy design inspiration from the interface you'll find within Ubisoft's recently released video game Watch Dogs, although the creator mentions that the ctOS in the game and the interface you see here are very different, and that this is their idea of what it should like. This homescreen is appropriately named "The Future ctOS", and boy does it have some good looking aesthetics. Everything about the homescreen simply screams talent. If you like this homescreen make sure to pay some respects to its creator over at the mycolorscreen page where you can find all the details,(source link below)and don't forget to "zoom" the picture and give it some "love" by hitting the love button.

The homescreen was created by a crafty individual that goes by the name of NBT, and the app used to create it is none other than UCCW. Surprised? You shouldn't be, as UCCW can get pretty complex and it's equipped to allow the attention to detail in such homescreen and theme creation. Normally you would have to set homescreens like this up yourself, which could lead to some otherwise less than desirable results during the attempt to recreate the look, but the creator has made it easy and posted it to the Play Store as a purchasable homescreen setup. You can grab this UCCW theme for $1.50, which seems fair given the amount of time that probably went into setting this beautiful design up.

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