A new Kickstarter project aims to revolutionize the way Android tablets look and work for users.
As a blogger in the mobile tech space we receive plenty of requests from companies looking for help on the Kickstarter programs. Sometimes it a smartphone stand, other times it's a tablet holder. Once in a while it's software. While we try to help spread the word as much as possible, sometimes it's tough to get behind products or services. That is hardly the case with this new Android-related app/home screen. It's called Chameleon and it's the future of home screens on Android tablets.
Set to arrive later this fall (September), Chameleon is a time-aware and location-aware way of presenting you with your most important and often-used apps. If you're like me then you wake up and head right into RSS readers, emails, the calendar, and weather. At night, I find myself reading a different set of news sites, checking IMDb, catching up on books and magazines, and maybe getting in a game or two. Chameleon can be set up so that it gives me an entirely different home screen based on time of day or where I am (GPS) on the map. No, this isn't just a panel with widgets or a customizable launch bar. This is much more than that. It's a totally sexy and smart way of presenting your most relevant information and applications.