SMS Call Camera Screen Locker

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    SMS Call Camera Screen Locker

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    Unlock your screen by sliding SMS/call, camera and home shortcuts. This screen locker supports to slide to unlock the screen and show us switches window to switch for WIFI/GPS/Bluetooth, airplane mode and ringer mode.

    In locked screen, we can get quick access to what date, what day and what time it is.
    They can be easily accessible on the beautiful background in state of locked.
    It will save us a lot of time and troublesome of unlocking the screen to check out.

    We can get quick access to such 4 shortcuts as calling/SMS, home and camera.
    In locked screen, we could get such 4 methods to unlock the screen.
    Pick up one shortcut and drag to right to unlock the screen.
    It not only can unlock the screen and get us quick access to relative functions.
    Take camera for example. If we come across an interesting thing, we may want to take a picture to record the moments. We can press camera shortcut and slide to unlock the screen. In the meantime, we can take a quick shot at interesting things.

    There are switches of WIFI/GPS/Bluetooth, airplane mode and ring mode for us to turn on/off quickly and conveniently.
    There is no need to unlock the screen to set only for this.

    This screen locker SMS Call Camera Screen Locker can be a unique screen locker for us to use for smart phones. This all-in-one screen locker is here for you.
    Totally free
    Suitable for Android mobiles and tablets
    Simple to use
    Full functions with shortcuts and switches
    Enable to set vibrate and sound
    Support full screen or show status bar

    Come to download this screen locker for your Android devices here for free.

    The popularity of smartphones, tablets, and many types of information appliances might be driving the demand and acceptance of common touchscreens for portable and functional electronics. Touchscreens might be popular in the medical field and in heavy industry, as well as in kiosks such as museum displays or room automation, where keyboard and mouse systems can be not allow a suitably intuitive, rapid, or accurate interaction by the user with the display's content.

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