Now i want a Blackberry justt o have the background to be themed Twilight. If you already own a Blackberry you can register and download the theme free.
Stephanie Meyer lit up the bestseller and the box office charts with Twilight. Now BlackBerry Theme Park has brought it over to our favorite mobile device. The theme is pretty basic, featuring five icons on the main screen, on the bottom, and a standard applications menu. The nuances of this theme are what make it or break it, though.
On both the home screen and the application menu you’ll see some artwork from the book. That serves the aesthetic aspect of the theme. Though I haven’t read the book, nor have I seen the movie, I have to admire the artwork. It’s well-done and I can see how fans of Meyer would be attracted to it. However, when it comes to functionality there is something to be desired.
On the application menu, as you can see, the icons totally obstruct the artwork. More than anything, this puts the plain water background of the Underwater theme in better perspective. No, there’s nothing special going on there, but that’s fine. The applications menu is made to host a full screen of icons. Artwork, as I’ve learned in doing these reviews, doesn’t really fit here.
Still, if you’re a fan you can get the theme at BBThemePark