Completely Design Your Own Widget with BITS for Android
We all know that one of the things that has made Android as popular as it is today is the ability to add a wide range of widgets to your home screen, regardless of the launcher that you may be using. You can virtually have anything on your home screen starting from the time of day all the way to Chuck Norris’ facts and everything in between. XDA member DogSpots has created BITS, which is a widget creator that will allow you to make widgets with tons of information or as simple as a standard clock. The app will allow you to almost literally drag and drop items on the widget itself and rearrange them to your own liking.
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BITS is a home screen widget with a WYSIWYG editor that allows the user to add, remove and arrange bits of information on the widget face.
Currently the widget can show the following bits of information:
You can find more information in the application thread.
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