Win 8 Style Screen Locker
Get quick access to calling, messages and camera in a win 8 style screen locker! This free app Win 8 Style Screen Locker here can be not only a screen locker but also a shortcut tool with win 8 style layout. INSTRUCTIONS:- It is a screen locker.We can enable this service to begin lock.Here we can set vibration or not according to our needs.Also we can choose a background for our screen locker from different beautiful scenes.When the screen turns dark, we can press menu key to activate the screen.But if you want to unlock the screen, you should press unlock button here for a while and slide to right according to the hints. – It is a shortcut tool.We can get such shortcuts as calling/messages, camera and unlock here.Just press one function and slide according to different hints to get quick access. – It is an imitation of win 8 style desktop.The locked screen is displayed in a win 8style.We can get information about date and time here. SUPPORTS:For all Android mobiles and tabletsTotally freeSimple to useGet a different user experience This Win 8 Style Screen Locker can bring us something new in unlock the screen and get quick access to shortcuts here. Have fun! ##NOTE======================NOTE##= THIS FREE APP IS ADS SUPPORTED, WHICH MEANS THAT NOTIFICATION ADS OR ICON ADS CONTRIBUTE TO DEVELOP THIS FREE APP.= IF YOU WANT TO GIVE SOME SUGGESTIONS OR REPORT BUG THEN EMAIL US. WELCOME TO YOUR COMMENTS AND 5 RATES.===================================== Windows 8 might introduce significant changes to the operating system’s user interface, many of which can be aimed at improving its experience on tablet computers and other touchscreen devices. The new user interface could be based on Microsoft’s Metro design language, and features a new tile-based Start screen similar to that of Windows Phone, which has replaced the previous Start menu entirely.A vertical toolbar known as the charms bar may provide access to system and app-related functions, such as search, sharing, device management, settings, and a Start button. The Start button on the taskbar might have been removed in favor of the Start button on the charms bar and a hotspot in the lower-left corner of the screen.