Honestly, quite a few of us do not put widgets to its right use. Just with a little effort you can make your smartphone so much more productive. Apple introduced the ability to add widgets in iOS 10, but they have been confined to the Notification Center since then. This will soon change with the release of iOS 14. iPhone users will now be able to add customizable widgets on their homescreen. With widgets you can quickly glance at the information that might be important to you without actually opening a particular app. Of course Apple includes widgets for a number of built-in apps, but what gives the feature more importance are the widgets from third-party apps. Here are some of the widgets from apple as well as third-party apps that you should definitely be using with iOS 14 to make your day easier: Read More
You surely like to use Apps for news, sports, events and others to get your daily dose of information right on your the screen of your iPhone/ iPad. But when you are in a rush and do not have the time to open each App and check for latest updates, the widgets are the best companion on your iOS device. You can setup widgets for a variety of Apps depending on which Apps you use the most. Here’s a list of the five best lock screen widgets for iOS. Read More
Widgets have been included in the Android operating system for a long time, dating back to the first public release of Android 1.5 or Cupcake. These widgets are the best way of showing live information without affecting the battery life. Now Minimalistic Text: Widgets is here to offer a better and flawless way of creating widgets. Read More
If you are an Android fan, you may already know that the Android Market has passed a billion application downloads, for which, Google is offering a few amazing apps for just ten cents for a few days.