One of the most interesting features of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is Lockscreen Widgets that lets you add widgets to your lockscreens. In this looong list, I’m featuring such apps that are worth-downloading.
One of the major things that separates Android from iOS is the ability to add widgets on the home screens. Widgets can be a cool way to interact with your smartphone and while you get basic calendar, clock, Facebook and other widgets with your smartphone, the online community i.e the Android Market has a lot more to offer.
Here are some of the best widgets available for your Android, both paid and free, ranging from full widget packs to small single purpose clock/battery widgets to customize your super phone.
Widgets are among the best part of the Android interface that provide easy access to real-time data, application shortcuts and much more.
But it becomes a pain when widgets start getting piled up in the widgets list, making search for a particular widget harder. So it’s better to disable few of them and here’s how you can do it using the application: Autostarts.