If you’ve been itching to have a few more customization options on your phone lately, we’ve got some really cool apps you’ll be interested in. Developer astoncheah on the XDA forums has released a trio of apps into the Play Store aimed at giving you a ton of customization options, ranging from a highly tweaked lock screen to a customizable widget, and even an app that lets you shake your phone to launch apps or toggle settings on your device.
C Lock Screen is a lock screen replacement that lets you set up a ton of shortcuts, add music controls, add a new clock, change the font, etc. Pretty much anything you can think of that you’d want on your lock screen, this app has it. It’s pretty much a mash-up of Jelly Bean’s lock screen widgets and Cyanogenmod options, but without the hassle of rooting your phone. Not bad for a free app. C Widget is similar in functionality, but for your home screens instead of your lock screen. It can customized to show the weather, the date, system information, etc.
C Shaker is the most unique app here. Instead of giving you a visual widget or customization, it gives you the ability to shake your phone to, say, turn WiFi on or off, or to play/pause music. It’ll even launch a custom app if that’s more your speed. And there are fortunately options for tweaking the strength needed activate the shaking action so you don’t accidentally start playing music in the office when your phone is in your pocket.
Sound interested in these? Hit the source below to check out the forum post with links to all of the apps.