From time to time, we like to recommend a few widgets and icon packs to you, all which we here at DL run on our personal devices. This time, we have a Zooper Pro widget called Typographical from developer Dosarts.
If you wanted to spruce up your Android Wear smartwatch’s charging screen, then you will want to check out an app called Wear Charging Widget on Google Play. With this app installed on your app and phone, users can place a weather ‘widget’ right on the charging screen, and a bit more.
A couple of weeks ago, Tim gave you a quick list of three apps you should probably own, one of which was Zooper Widget Pro. For those into custom clock and weather widgets, Zooper is easily the best available because of its openness that allows you to build your own clocks or quickly install those made […]
Google Play Music received an update today to v5.6.1616, which is pretty minor considering the previous public build was v5.6.1609. The update does include two new goodies, though, a re-skinned 4×1 widget, plus another 1×1 widget that gives you instant access to “I’m feeling lucky” radio. The new 1×1 widget allows you to single-tap, roll […]
With the weekend finally upon us, you may be looking for something to eat up your time. If playing games on your phone sounds fun, Google Play currently has a massive list of apps and games on sale, with a few really good titles up for grabs. For starters, you can grab a couple of Final […]
My home screen setups tend to be ultra minimal. The normal setup for all of my phones consists of a main page with a clock widget that shows weather, coupled with a set of six icon shortcuts to my most used apps. I then tend to create at least one other page with a calendar […]
Upto Calendar, one of our staff favorites for calendar alternatives on Android, received an update today that introduces all new widgets. These widgets can be customized by color theme, visible calendars, size, opacity, and more. The update also brought with it a spruced up interface, so that you can quickly toggle between agenda or day […]
After reinventing the keyboard with predictive text in iOS 8, and trying its hand at Google Now-like integration and Google Voice, Apple moved on to a new SDK feature that they are calling “Extensions,” today at WWDC. What are extensions? Well, they do a number of things, like enable 3rd party widgets, sharing, and keyboards. Impressive, […]