Since the Device Frame Generator moved to Google's Android Developer site and received its new name (Device Art Generator), we've heard nary a peep about additional frames or other updates. That appears to have changed today, however – the Device Art Generator now features gorgeous new frames for both the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, of course with the ability to toggle shadow, glare, and rotation. If you're a developer who needs a nice easy way to build promotional collateral, or just an average user who wants to create beautifully-framed screenshots, hit the link below.


Device Art Generator

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • http://twitter.com/NothingButNexus Nothing But Nexus

    Also great for super lazy bloggers in need of post images. (Like me.)

  • http://twitter.com/redbullcat Phil Oakley

    Awesome! Was wondering when these would be available.

    On a different note: sad to see the Galaxy Nexus relegated to an 'old device' :(

  • Gamwich

    Awesome! Just needed it the other day and was disappointed that the Nexus 4 was missing.

  • http://twitter.com/Alankrut Alankrut Patel

    I was not aware something like this was available from Google.
    I just made them myself. Thanks for the info Android Police

  • http://blog.ravrahn.net/ Owen Cassidy

    I'll certainly be using these in the near future. Good to see them arriving so quickly!

  • Matt

    Anyone know what app is pictured? Very stylish lap timer of some sort. I like it!

    • Sam Horn

      It's the new clock app in 4.2.

      • Matt


  • http://geniousatplay.blogspot.com/ Bikram Agarwal

    But why does it say "Note: Do not use graphics created here in your 1024x500
    feature image or screenshots for your Google Play app listing.". What's the issue?

    And this thing freezes on chrome after I drop a png on any device.