Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was a game changer for Android, bringing in, for the first time, hardware acceleration through most of the UI elements, including the much needed acceleration for the Home Launcher. What made this deal even sweeter was the introduction of a color scheme and theme that will spread like wildfire across all that is Android. The ‘Holo’ theme, as it is came to be known as, included more than just the new Cyan/Black/White color scheme, such as the inclusion of tabbed/column-based browsing and the addition of a navigation ribbon for apps (mostly official). Yes, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is here, but it continues on with the same color scheme and the same UI.
Before proceeding, do understand that some of the apps may compromise on performance or advanced functions, and at times, it will be a trade off of functionality for good looks, as is the case in real life.
The only no-nonsense Holo-themed lock screen replacement app for Android that will work on Android 2.2 and above. The app does not fail to bring with it a few options as well, such as vibration on touch, disable or hide the status bar and more.
Pretty much a replica of the stock ICS dialer with the exception of swiping between call logs, contacts and the dialer. However the incusion of a T9 dialing feature more than makes up for that.