The team at Zuki Software has done it again. This time it’s Dream. And when I take you through the theme you’re going to see why it has the name. It’s has some nice transitions but it has some features so unique to the theme. Bubble icons, little silhouette alerts, and a star icon all bring Dream an original look.
They say a dream is a wish that your heart makes, and this isn’t too far off. First off, I’m going to point out that Dream is only for BlackBerry OS 5.0, non-touch.
It’s compatible with the following devices ONLY: 8900 (Curve), 8910 (Curve), 8930 (Curve), 9630 (Tour), 9650 (Bold), 9700 (Bold)
As you can see my the home screen, the battery and signal indicators are nearly central at the top. There’s planets in the daytime to your top left and clouds billowing up on the top right. There are two silhouettes in the cloud, one that looks like he’s opening the central icon or holding the ladder which comes down. There are three silhouettes in the bottom, standing in the grass. There are stars twinkling down and the date and time sit below the icon bar in the right, which has six customizable icons. The cursor is a bright yellow star and the alerts show as silhouettes pointing to your bubble icon.
When you click the menu button, you’ll be taken to the “night” of theme. It has the darker background. Icons are easy to figure out. The messages, browser, Options: all have the white background, the highlight in a light blue. The menu is black with white lettering and blue highlight. When you’re sending something, the menu pops out and comes from the left to where you’re typing then when you select send, it sends and races back. Really neat. Almost typewriter fashion.
The theme doesn’t slow your phone down, or confuse you, it’s actually another favorite for me. The theme is nice, and the theatrics of the cursor, alerts, and menu being the most attractive part of the theme. It’s easy on the eyes, and reminds us whether you’re daydreaming, or dreaming, never to forget your dreams. I love the way the menu runs, the way the colors are appeasing, and the silhouettes are a really nice touch. If a picture is worth a thousand words, imaging what this theme is worth. It’s nice to have an alert that points me there, and a star as a cursor. It’s like having a Midsummer Day/Night dream on your phone to remind you that everything starts with a dream.