For Android users, widgets redefine how we can customize our smartphones. It’s not enough that we get really powerful phones, sometimes the stock programs and interface may be found lacking. There are plenty of widgets online that could help us ‘build’ our own version of the perfect phone.
A widget is a useful addition to the Android platform with plenty of features, settings and tools made available right on the lockscreen or homescreen. However, as you the following examples will show, there are more things that the humble widget can do. Here are just 5 multi-feature widget packs and a few other useful widgets you might want to try out for your Android device.
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This is a well-known Android widget that are on many Android devices as its customization is one of the best in the field. UCCW enables you to create your own custom widget through its own set of customization features available within the app. You can also find all over the Web ready-made custom widgets developed with this app in UZIP format.
If you want a widget and a platform that can get you the functionality and experience that you deserve, try to get your hands on UCCW. You won’t be disappointed.
Here is a nice set of Android widgets you can use for both your smartphones and tablets. Wizz Widgets comes with a useful list of widgets for messages, social media, Calendar, Contacts and Agenda. There is also a timeline widget where you can get your Facebook and Twitter feeds under a single widget.
Need a good list of useful widgets? Wizz will provide you with a collection of them. Try them out!
Colorful circle widgets which lets you control the sound level of your system, alarm, voice call, volume, ringtone and brightness via its slider feature.
A widget skin made for UCCW, this is styled in the Play Store design.
Another huge list of widgets, extension themes to HD Widgets. [$0.99]
For fans of colorful box cards, this one will surely find a spot in your homescreen.
Atom All In One Widget
(Atom All In One Widget has been discontinued)
In addition to their own launcher, Atom released a widget app that prioritises minimalism. With their stylish and visually beautiful widgets, I believe it won’t be hard for you to start using one on your Android homescreen. They cover many aspects, from Clock and Calendar to Memo and Contacts in addition to other Android Settings.
Get the perfect minimalism experience on your Android with this, plus our recent compilation of 20 minimalistic clocks to go along with your new homescreen.
(Zooper Widget has been discontinued)
Zooper brings many features that you need in your homescreen with simplicity and a straightforward design. There are all kinds of widget sizes in this one too, so you won’t find a hard time to try it in any of your Android devices. Common features that this has include Battery level, Wi-Fi signal Level, World clock, Calendar and whole lot more on the list.
Zooper Widget also comes with a template and font options, so you can build your own template to fit your style.