Lock Screen Text, we know what you're thinking - just another lock screen app, right? Well, this is a little different than the status quo. Instead of publishing the weather forecast, or displaying the Nyan Cat, Lock Screen Text enables users to input their own text, which is then rendered on the Windows Phone lock screen.
Developed by Gabriel Caldwell, the brains behind NASA Image of The Day, the app is a useful tool if you need to add some notes to remind yourself with. Don't make use of a calendar or task keeper? Lock Screen Text might just be for you with the text field for input. Emoticons, secret messages, to-do lists, love notes and more can be added in.
You can download Lock Screen Text from the Windows Phone Store.
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