Themer, a popular application to change the interface of the operating system Android, has been removed from Google Play at the request of Apple. The Cupertino company did not anticapated the  iOS 7 platform design themes from being copied.

Despite the fact that Apple strongly opposes the intervention of jailbreak in iOS, which in fact opens ways to ibcreadibly modify Apple popular devices . After the release of Evasi0n7 utilities, many were quick to crack iOS 7 software and use Winterboard – a package that allows to change the interface design. This process is not available on smartphones and tablets with Apple platform factory mobile, which ebidently becomes easy to perform after breaking.

On the other hand, Android operating system has no such problems , and any developer can release in Google Play app to change its the interface. Themer is one of the most popular programs of this plan , a kind of Winterboard for Android. As we wrote last month, the most downloaded package for visual transformation ” guglofonov ” in Themer was the theme in the style of iOS 7. Android users want to get something like this on their gadgets. But Apple understandably do not like it and she complained to Google.

The theme in question is the “Seven” theme, which Apple says uses several icons that infringed on its own patents, explains Ashvin Dhingra, co-founder and CEO at Themer.. – At the request of the company ,We immediately removed [the Seven] theme and thought that, at worst, Themer would be back on Play in a few days. “

Apple has patented design icons of iOS 7 June 2013. First, the company has registered an icon image FaceTime, and a few days later – a number of icons of system applications , including Camera , Calculator , Clock, Contacts , Mail, and Compass . Later were added to the list of Safari, Stocks , Maps, Weather , Notes, Videos , Messages, iBooks , Passbook, Settings , Reminders , as well as some interface elements iOS 7 – buttons and switches.

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