A new interface for Android tablets is on its way, assuming Kickstarter can get the money together to fund the project. So far it looks like the makers of Chameleon won’t have any trouble getting the $50,000 needed to fund the project. Half of that amount was already achieved after only a few days of crowd funding.
Chameleon is more than just a launcher with a few widgets, it is a completely new concept for the use of the tablet. It supports multiple home screens which you can change depending on your mood or the time of day. For example, you might have a home screen for breakfast with daily news, messages and the weather forecast, another one for the office with the necessary apps and information and a third for entertainment in the evening with books, music and movies. Also, on tablets with GPS, the Wi-Fi connection can sync with your preferred Wi-Fi for that location.
Chameleon already has a roadmap for future versions which include profiles for multiple users and multilingualism The first version will be available only in English. A tablet with Android 3.2 (and up) and a resolution of 1280 x 800 or higher is required for Chameleon.
Even with only $1 you can support the project and $5 or more, you get the finished product before it is available in the Google Play Store. And anyone with deep pockets can secure a Samsung Galaxy Tablet 2 10.1 with Chameleon installed on it, for $5,000. The crowd funding runs until June 15th, so check your pockets right now for an extra $5.