Again I find myself gravitating towards another nicely finished BT Design theme. Here in the confines of the design known as Feeling Theme. The wallpaper you see is somewhat a familiar looking image. I can’t quite place it. Maybe it’s a BlackBerry Smartphone commercial.
Either way as with most premium themes by quality developers this theme has the option of switching out the wallpaper with your own. BT Design has also made a nice Black version as well. If you’d rather start clean with a sleek solid wallpaper. I prefer color when tempted myself . Although the cool rezn would tell you otherwise.
Now let me school you a bit on what attracted me to another BT Design besides his utterly cool style that I feel sits pretty high up the BlackBerry “Rock N’ Roll” Hall of Fame list. Well aspiring to belong. Like aren’t we all? Now most themes nowadays seem to all incorporate this BerryWeather spot idea. However this theme makes the display available but deactivates the ability to launch the Weather App from the home screen. Which I like. Honestly for me it gets old always “accidentally” launching the weather when you can clearly see it right there. I don’t always need that minute to minute detail every time my thumb gets over zealous. Nice change-up.
Icon-set, ah yes this is one hip looking set of icons similar to his very detailed Seiko and Masterpiece themes, but different not just replica’s of his own design. He refuses to boring. Which leads me to believe he designs sick themes for himself then shares them with the world. Now I do understand the if it’s not broken don’t fix it ideal, and nobody said anything was broken at all. BT Design is developing some highly ground braking designs and like many people in the industry would agree he’s earning his clout. I predict his next theme is going to be in the top 20 for quite a while. Oh no, I promise. Now loop scroll icons is the name he’s given here. At home you can scroll through the top two rows of customizable icons you’ve set. Nice features in another exclusive from BT Design called Feeling.