WIDGET Posts on XDA

MicroToggles is an open source widget with 30+ toggles for rooted power users

Google introduced Quick Setting tiles in Android Lollipop to allow users to easily toggle certain settings on their devices. However, you still need to pull down the notification shade with one finger at least twice to see the full set of Quick Settings tiles (you only need to pull down once if you use two...

Google’s At A Glance widget prepares to add support for showing work calendar notifications

Google’s “At A Glance” is a simple yet useful widget. The widget changes the information it presents to you dynamically based on what might be relevant to you at a specific time. At A Glance was introduced as a simple time & weather widget exclusively as part of the Pixel launcher. It was eventually made...

[Update 2: It’s Back] Spotify for Android drops the homescreen widget, prepares to roll out Automix for playlists

Spotify for Android is one of the preferred options for music streaming for a lot of users, providing healthy competition to services such as YouTube Music and Apple Music internationally, and services like JioSaavn in India. In light of the unrelenting competition, it is a no-brainer that all of these services would continue adding features...

Widget Drawer is an Android app that lets you access your widgets from anywhere

Widgets have been a staple among Android users for years, but where we can place those widgets has changed. With the introduction of Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google felt that the lock screen shouldn't be a place for widgets because notifications were more important. This change relegated Android widgets to only being placed on the home screen, but...

Neatly Display Your Agenda With “Your Calendar Widget”

There are a plethora of available third-party calendar applications available in the Google Play Store, but for those of you looking for a simple application that neatly displays your upcoming events, Your Calendar Widget is a new addition to consider.The application is currently in open beta and so the developer, XDA Forum Member AndroidMash, has released it...

How To Recreate This Awesome Lock Screen

 First you'll want to open the app and check Hide clock, Hide date, Hide owner, Never show next alarm, Hide status bar, Update widgets and Hide bottom bar. Reboot your device once these items have been checked. This will blank out your lock screen so you can add your own widget.Now add the KWGT 4x2 widget...

Top 5 Widgets for Android!

The great thing about Android is its customizability. There are tons and tons of widgets available on the PlayStore. XDA TV Host Zach was told he had to single out 5 that he had to have? He chose the ones listed below and shows them off in today’s video! Check of the one he thinks...

Use Widgets on Your Lock Screen with Widget Pager

To make our devices more efficient, many have turned to the use of widgets. Developers who care about their users often decide to put lots of work into making widgets an integral part of their applications and services. Widgets debuted on Android home screens, but Google later allowed users to use them on their lock...

Easily Toggles Your Lollipop Mobile Data Network Type

Android Lollipop is by good margin the most advanced and refined version of Google's nearly ubiquitous mobile OS. Some features that are now integrated into Lollipop were only available through the use of custom ROMs not too long ago. One feature that was added not too long ago is quick toggles.Lollipop's status bar toggles are great, but...

Access Your Widgets in Any App with Flippr

Almost all of us use widgets on daily basis. We use them to change the track in our favorite music player, read Emails, check our calendar, or check the weather forecast. It's really hard to imagine Android without widget support.Widgets with all their pros, have some cons as well. For example, they can typically be...

Hangouts Widget Completes Android’s Most Popular Messenger App

Hangouts is a first-party Google application designed to handle various types of messaging such as Google Talk, and more recently SMS and MMS. Hangouts is the successor the previously popular Google Talk, which it replaced back in August 2013. And right now, it's probably the most popular messenger on Android. Despite being such popular application, Hangouts lacks...

Event Flow Calendar Widget is a Really Good Looking Calendar Widget

The new year is coming, so it's time to get rid of those pesky wall calendars and find something smaller, more functional, and free. Android devices have essentially become powerful computers, so they are used for a variety of tasks such as music playback, scheduling, telling time, and whatever else you could ask for. That...