egzthunder1 · Aug 3, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Enjoy Various Widgets for Honeycomb

Honeycomb’s UI is nice and smooth (particularly after it was updated to 3.2). However, due to compqtibility issues, there are many widgets that we are used to that just flat out don’t work. Moreover, there aren”t too many decent or useful widgets designed for this OS. Well, if you were praying for a good widget suite, take a look at what XDA member SnowBEE has exactly what you were longing for. The new Wizz suite will give your empty 10 inch home screens that extra bit of functionality that you miss from your mobile handset. The widget’s functionality range from social oriented such as Twitter to your personal office type such as email widgets as well as others.

Please drop by the thread and leave some feedback for the dev as well as any suggestions if you would like to see something specific being made for your particular device.

Wizz is a powerful collection of android widgets that provide useful widget
for fast access importance data and social media status on your tablet home screen.
There are widgets in Wizz

You can find more information in the application thread.

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