There is a big selection of widgets for Android and fnding the right one might be very hard. Here are 5 great Android widgets worth trying.
Zooper is a DIY widget that displays important information such as the time, weather, date, battery status and much more in a beautiful, customizable form. You can either create your own widget from scratch or download one of the many themes available in the Play Store (themes only work with the Pro version). Zooper can replace most widgets thanks to its functionality and it’s definitely worth trying.
Even though Android has the quick settings panel, having toggles right on your homescreen can be very useful. That’s just what the Power Toggles does. The widget is very customizable with options to change the theme, the button style, the background or even the tap feedback and works very well. There are also some unique toggles that are not available in Android, such as direct shortcuts to certain options in the settings, a screen lock toggle, WakeLock (completely turns off the screen timeout) and much more.
Dashclock is a simple clock widget that bundles all the important information by displaying your unread Gmail count, the next alarm, the current weather etc. There is a bunch of extensions available for it further increase the widget’s functionality. Dashclock is simple and very useful. In addition, it’s completely free and doesn’t display any ads.
Month calendar widget
Month is a beautiful calendar widget. It shows the whole current month with an option to display events, a lunar calendar or even the moon phase below every day number. Tapping on one day will display a popup with all the saved events for then. There are 9 themes in the free version and 70 in the paid one making Month very customizable and good looking.
Want to quickly check your device’s status? Use X-CPU. The app comes with four seperate widgets for the battery percentage, CPU usage, RAM usage and device temperature. Tapping on a widget takes you to the app where you can see more details and customize the look of the widgets. The design is minimalistic and all in all the app is very useful.
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