Project Chameleon Bringing Great New UI, App Launched to Tablets (Video)

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  • 20 Jul 2012
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  • Project Chameleon is an idea to change the Android UI on tablets totally, through a very original concept. The idea is to have a totally customizable home screen and app tray and now this project has received the needed funding as part of the Kickstarter Project. You can check out the new interface in action in the video below.

    The good news is that the beta version of Project Chameleon is coming to the people who backed the project and it will reach the Google Play Store soon after. The demo shown below shows Chameleon running on the Nexus 7, the tablet that everyone is talking about. This project has over 6000 backers, so it’s a pretty big deal. The interface may remind you a bit of the WeTab and MeeGo tablet UI, or at least to me it did. What Chameleon does is replace the classic Android home screen and App launcher with fresh ones, that you can customize.

    Multiple home screens are available, your very own widget layouts and you can also set all the apps and relevant information you need as you like it. For example, you can change screens so that they’ll be arranged according to your GPS location, WiFi networks around and time ranges. One can have a work screen, a relaxation screen, a night screen and morning home screen. The mini app tray can also be customized, showing only the apps you require.

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