Create your own Sense 7 themes for the HTC One M9 using their handy web tool


HTC Themes landing

If you’ve got a little time to kill this weekend, why not create a theme for the now available HTC One M9? HTC recently launched a handy web tool which allows anyone — both novices and pros alike — to build their own Sense 7 theme. The site is pretty intuitive and easy to use, while at the same time providing enough customizable UI elements that you can take it as far as you’d like.

HTC Themes 2

You can pick different wallpapers (or your own) for placement on several HTC apps: home screen, lock screen, app drawer, Dot View app, or messaging apps — then tweak all the colors and icons to your liking. From there, you can even change up the sounds and font, then save everything to your account and post online for other Sense 7 users to download. Veteran themers can try out HTC Themes’ Maker Pro section to really get in depth.

According the landing page, HTC Themes will soon have its own app for theme creation on the go, although it’s currently linking to the BlinkFeed app on Google Play. In either case, HTC Themes is something to check out while you debate picking up an HTC One M9.

[HTC Themes]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Brings back memories of the old theme kitchen for making CM themes. I can’t wait to see what people do with this.

  2. thanks for sharing this

  3. This is why I really like Android. Freedom of expression.

  4. It will be interesting to see how it compares to the Samsung tool when it launches in April. Kudos to both for making it possible.

  5. Why does everyone copying sony?

    1. Because it’s a good feature every device should have, regardless of who you attribute the first manufacturer to have it was.

    2. There are launchers and apps for Android that have done this for a while. There used to be a theme kitchen for Cyanogenmod, back in the day, as well.

      This isn’t new. But it is fantastic and base Android should support themes in my opinion.

  6. We need someone to create that Nexus theme with the proper Nav keys asap

    1. No because the Nexus Playstation nav keys are atrocious and stupid looking. Not to mention stock Android looks like dog vomit compared to Sense.

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