The widget we are going to talk about in this week’s Android widget review, is HD Widgets. Many of the widgets available in the market are your geared towards specific application, or they have a specific function like clock or weather. What sets these different widgets apart is part is there features. You wouldn’t think that there’s a lot of features available in weather widget but there actually are several. Luckily, HD Widgets is more than just a weather widget. Continue reading
Last week you may have noticed that we started a new section on Thursdays talking about themes for entry devices. Widget Wednesday will be the same type of article, just talking about different widgets. I think the widget on Android device is one of the most underutilized functions. Many people don’t even know how to add a widget to their screen they just think it’s a cool looking clock or a music player shortcut.
The widgets on your Android phone can be very handy to use. For those of you who are unfamiliar with what a widget is, they offer some features of an application. They are more than a shortcut, but not quite the full application.
Many of the Android widgets come in varying sizes and layouts so you choose how much space they will take up. Some 3rd-party Android applications will have a widget, others will not.
Adding a widget to your screen is only a few step process. Below is a quick walk through on adding a widget. Continue reading