Widgets, or Hebrew names, have been accompanying the Android devices for many years. They allow you to customize your smartphone’s home screens and display useful information and create shortcuts to useful features. Widgets are ed through Google Play, just like standard apps. Their addition to the home screen is done through the home screen display menus and varies from device to device.
If you manage your calendar using Google Calendar, you can place on the home screen a widget that will display the calendar and events that you have planned. While many Android manufacturers already include a widget with the calendar app built into the phone – the Month widget will display it in a variety of endearing designs.
Battery Widget Reborn
A battery-free phone will make most of us angry, nervous and restless. To prevent such a situation, this widget that clearly displays the battery status in percent has been developed and this is also illustrated by graphic means. You can change the appearance of almost every element of this widget, as well as see how much time is left before the battery runs out.
Used to leave many notes on your office or home desktop? If you also want to “paste” them on your phone’s home screen – feel free to use the Google Keep widget. Notes, notes, scribbles and pictures. Any note you save in the app will also appear on your home screen.
Slider Widget – Volumes
Did you play a video and you couldn’t hear anything? You may want to increase the volume, but note that this change will not affect the volume of the phone calls or the volume of notifications. The following widget will allow you, directly from the home screen, to easily control the various volume of your phone.