The level of customization that Android has to offer is insane. You can replace the stock keyboard and home screen with any third-party app of your choosing, allowing core experiences to be tailored to fit your needs.
Another system-level feature that can easily be replaced is the lock screen. The market for lock screen replacement apps has become a little saturated over the years, but a new kid on the block promises to bring interesting new functionality to this category of apps.
KwameCorp's new app LokLok, while still in its beta phase at the moment, brings an interactive drawing board to... more