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SmartScreen for iPhone is just around the corner

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As you know Dev team members Wizdaz and MediaPhone are working on SmartScreen from last two months. Today team announced the availability and little information on SmartScreen. The app will allow you the ability to have multiple widgets on the lock screen of the iPhone and iPod touch. The widgets are able to be moved around using the icon moving “wiggle” feature. SmartScreen will be available on 20th of November, there will be two versions available for download lite and full. Lite version will have some limitations, and full will be distributed at a cost of $5.

Sneak Preview of Smart Screen Widgets

SmartScreen makes us able to view most of our apps like Calendar, Twitter, weather etc. on the lockscreen of our iPhone. Here is the sneak preview of some of the widgets for SmartScreen.

YetAnotherClock  : If you are bored with the default clock this widget is for you. It’s designed in the good old flip clock style (with a simple flip animation).

widget_yetclock

Events List : Monitor your upcoming events from the iPhone Calendar Application.

widget_events

Calendar : View your all events from iPhone Calendar Application. By default widget shows the current month with the highlighted current day. Tapping on a date curls the page to the event list, showing the entries for that date. Also widget shows the business week.

widget_calendar

TwitFeed : TwitFeed let you display Twitter updates on your lockscreen. Requires Internet connection (EDGE/Wi-Fi) and Twitter Account

widget_twitfeed

WeatherFeed : Turn your iPhone lockscreen in to a live weather forecast with WeatherFeed,  You may config your local weather by using iPhone Weather Application. Multi city displayable on lock screen and automatically updates every 30 mins.

widget_weatherfeed

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  1. Alex December 8, 2009 Reply

    Hi,
    Thanks for the nice summary of good looking widgets. BUT where do I find either the “Events List” or “Calendar” Widget?

    Thanks in advance
    Greetz
    Alex

  2. Main November 20, 2009 Reply

    where do we get smartscreen from. Through cydia or some other application…

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