Theme Thursday – Tha Natural

Theme Thursday – Tha Natural

Aug 18, 2011

As a famous frog once said, “It’s not easy being green,” but that’s only because Kermit didn’t have an Android-powered phone running ADW Launcher with Tha Natural theme applied. As I learned recently, it’s actually quite easy to spend each day the color of the leaves.

With ADW Launcher, configuring your Android’s interface to reflect the warm, lush tones of a Summer’s day is as easy as touching a button. Simply download and install this theme to completely alter your backgrounds, icons and dockbars. Then, feel free to change it even more. ADW Launcher makes it easy to set any icon to any app you wish. And with Tha Natural, you’re getting more than 620 icons to choose from, all based on the same, leafy-green tribute to the fairer months of the year.

In addition to the custom icons and dock bars comes a set of wallpapers featuring everything from earthy tones and textures to a field of grass and the wild, blue yonder. Even the Android mascot makes an appearance, imprinted on a leaf.

As I said, it’s easy to be green with this theme. From the dew on the freshly cut grass beneath an endless, blue sky, to the curled, green leaves lying on the ground, this theme conveys so many senses and emotions with little more than a few pictures and icons.

You can almost feel the blades of grass tickling your skin as you lie back and watch the clouds go by. And though you know you could be doing something a bit more productive with your time, you realize you’ll soon be trading in your sandals for snow boots and a heavy coat. It’s worth it to cherish this moment, in the final days of Summer. At least you’ll have this theme to remind you that Spring is just around the corner in those blustery, Winter months.

Tha Natural is available on the Android Market for US$2.99, or you can give the free version a try before you buy.

Dale Culp
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