User mcalde2008 perferred: Android: Change existing App's look and feel.
- Status Completed
- Budget $30 - $250 USD
- Total Bids 2
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We have a full working (but small) application with 3 Activities that needs a few cosmetic changes. We want the app to look and feel like the standard 4.0+ system interface (for example, look like the phone's own settings page - dark with white text).
1. Overall theme:
The app is using a light theme, we want to change it to a dark theme.
2. Remove tabs and only use ActionbarSherlock
ActionbarSherlock is already used in the project, but it just has 1 icon for logout. The app's main activity has two tabs at the top, "Home" and "Settings". On 4.0+ the tabs look great, but they look horrible on Android 2.3. We want to remove the "Home" and "Settings" tabs and create clickable icons for it in ActionbarSherlock . The code does use fragments and I a assume this this sould be a quick and easy task.
3.1 As mentioned, Actionbarsherlock has 1 icon for logout. It is a 3D'ish looking red "power on" button. We want to change it to a flat design like the rest of Android's screens. We want the graphic to be [url removed, login to view] which can be found in the official Action Bar Icon Pack from Google ([url removed, login to view])
3.2 The "Settings" button should be [url removed, login to view] from the Icon Pack
3.3 The "Home" button should be [url removed, login to view] from the Icon Pack
All "density" icons should be added to the Android Project (all densities can be found in the icon pack).
This should not take more than 2 hours (but if we are wrong, please let us know).
We have budgeted around $50 for it.Get free quotes for a project like this
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