Jimmy McGee · Apr 10, 2013 at 11:30 am

Dashclock Tutorial: Add Everything to Your Android Lock Screen – XDA Developer TV

One of Android’s biggest features is widgets. You can view your email on your homescreen without actually opening the email app. This novel concept will reach Fruitland at some point, right after Apple patents the idea. Of course, Android widgets are not just limited to email. And they are not just limited to your homescreen.

With Dashclock you can put a bunch of information on your lock screen. In this video, XDA Developer TV Producer Kevin shows you how to set up Dashclock and its various extensions. With Dashclock, there are almost no limits to what you can do from your homescreen. Check out this video.

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos and Kevin’s Tasker Series.

Check out Kevin’s YouTube Channel


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Do You Have Insurance on Your Smartphone?

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