Battery Reborn is just that, a simple battery widget to place on your homescreen so you can see just how much battery power you have left. It’s taken on a stylish Material Design look and features a circular design that can be customized with colors and re-sized to fit any part of your screen.
Beautiful Widgets Pro
Beautiful Widgets Pro is one of the more long-standing widgets on Android which has been around through almost every major release version. It offers up tons of custom clock widget designs with configurations for showing the weather, the battery, location and of course, the time.
How Long Widget – Time Counter
How Long Widget is all about letting you set a time counter for your homescreen just in case you want to keep track of certain stuff, like how long you’ve been able to go without eating fast food or how long you’ve been champion of your local ping pong league. Just type up your title, set the date and pick a color and font and you’re done.
Weather & Clock Widget Android
Weather & Clock Widget takes a more simple approach to showing the time and weather on your homescreen, with more of a focus on the weather and specific weather related details like wind speed, UV index, location, humidity, and actual weather conditions. You can tap on the widget to bring up the app settings and more information about the current weather including the 5-day forecast, and the app UI is styled after Material Design so it looks just as nice as the widget itself.
UCCW, or Ultimate Custom Clock Widget, is all about customizing your homescreen, from simple to complex designs. You can look for custom pre-made clock or weather widgets, widgets for the battery, or virtually anything, or you can create your own with loads of configuration options. There are even full-on skins with elaborate designs ready to be applied if that’s your thing.
Zooper by Beard II
Zooper By Beard II is a series of widgets for the app Zooper Widgets Pro, so you’ll need the latter if you want to use the former. All of the widgets within are handcrafted and evoke a minimalist design, so if you want some custom style but don’t want anything too flashy on your homscreen, Zooper by Beard II is worth checking out.
Month: Calendar Widget
If you don’t care for the stock calendar widget and want something a little more customizable, Month has a handful of different calendar widgets with modern style, some of which follow material design. It syncs with Google Calendar so if that’s your primary calendar app, all your events and date entries will show up on the widget. You can also browse agenda and to-do lists.
Zooper Widget Pro
This is one of the best apps to have if you love widgets on your homescreen. It’s got a highly customizable nature with plenty of configuration options allowing you to design your own widgets from scratch, or apply ones that have been created by others, like the Zooper by Beard II on this list. The sky’s the limit with Zooper Pro as you can literally design every aspect of the widgets you could ever want. All you need is a little imagination and some free time.
Dashclock Widget is mainly a replacement lockscreen for your device, but thanks to the capability to plug in Dashclock extensions, it becomes much more than a replacement lockscreen, allowing you to see notifications for various things on the lockscreen without having to unlock the device, like number of emails, battery life, weather and much more. There are loads of extensions to apply, and you can set the Dashclock widget to your homescreen too if you wish.
Grumpy Weather Widget
Sometimes weather sucks, and the only the cure is a good laugh to get you over the slump of things being too hot, too cold, or too wet. Grumpy Weather acts like other weather widgets on your homescreen and gives you the current weather conditions and 3-day forecast, but it also adds hilarious messages describing the current weather like in the image above.
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