Norse Runes Lock Screen

1.1

Lock screen with an exciting wallpapers to protect your smartphone and make it stand out from your friends! Norse Runes Lock Screen is a lock screen & wallpapers that makes your smartphone look even more stunning.
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Desarrollador
Duckilmera
Versión
1.1
Actualización
24 de febrero de 2019
Requerimientos
4.1 y versiones posteriores
Tamaño
7,6M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Lock screen with an exciting wallpapers to protect your smartphone and make it stand out from your friends! Norse Runes Lock Screen is a lock screen & wallpapers that makes your smartphone look even more stunning.

★★★★★UNIQUE PATTERNS★★★★★
Make the unlocking of your phone more fun with this beautiful Norse Runes Lock Screen. Pattern system looks stunning on any phone! Each time you unlock your mobile you will feel the exclusiveness and uniqueness of this well-designed and powerfully lit lock screen.

★★★★★CUSTOMISABLE UNLOCKING METHODS★★★★★
This is not just another screen lock app – Norse Runes Lock Screen is a companion for your everyday life. This screen locker provides with multiple unlocking methods, including Swipe, Pattern, PIN with a decent array of ways to make it more convenient for you. Just pick your unlocking method and show off in front of everyone with your beautiful lock screen wallpaper app.

★★★★★AMAZING 4K HD WALLPAPERS★★★★★
Norse Runes Lock Screen is the app lock screen with images optimized for all the most popular resolutions: 2160×3840, 1440×2560, 1080×1920, 720×1280, 540×960, 480×800 and other Android permission. The app accurately determines and selects the Wallpapers for the screens of the devices of the following manufacturers: Samsung, Sony, LG, Lenovo, HTC, ASUS, Alcatel, Huawei, Meizu, Xiaomi and others. Start branding your smartphone with the things you love, choose a wallpaper from the app and set it as your background screen locker and even as a home screen wallpaper!

★★★★★Cool Norse Runes Lock Screen★★★★★
✔ A beautiful and stylish collection of gorgeous 4K HD wallpapers
✔ Set your own background image and wallpaper locks creen
✔ Easy to use, simple and clean user interface
✔ Fast, reliable and stable
✔ Doesn’t use much RAM memory or power of your device
✔ Works offline, works everywhere
✔ Multiple locking methods: Swipe, Pattern and PIN
✔ Display real time clock and date
✔ FREE for download

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★
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unes are the letters in a set of related alphabets known as runic alphabets, which were used to write various Germanic languages before the adoption of the Latin alphabet and for specialised purposes thereafter. The Scandinavian variants are also known as futhark or fuþark (derived from their first six letters of the alphabet: F, U, Þ, A, R, and K); the Anglo-Saxon variant is futhorc or fuþorc (due to sound-changes undergone in Old English by the names of those six letters).

Runology is the study of the runic alphabets, runic inscriptions, runestones, and their history. Runology forms a specialised branch of Germanic linguistics.

The earliest runic inscriptions date from around 150 AD. The characters were generally replaced by the Latin alphabet as the cultures that had used runes underwent Christianisation, by approximately 700 AD in central Europe and 1100 AD in northern Europe. However, the use of runes persisted for specialized purposes in northern Europe. Until the early 20th century, runes were used in rural Sweden for decorative purposes in Dalarna and on Runic calendars.

The three best-known runic alphabets are the Elder Futhark (around 150–800 AD), the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc (400–1100 AD), and the Younger Futhark (800–1100 AD). The Younger Futhark is divided further into the long-branch runes (also called Danish, although they were also used in Norway, Sweden and Frisia); short-branch or Rök runes (also called Swedish-Norwegian, although they were also used in Denmark); and the stavlösa or Hälsinge runes (staveless runes). The Younger Futhark developed further into the Medieval runes (1100–1500 AD), and the Dalecarlian runes (c. 1500–1800 AD).

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