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App Review - Control Center

Tuesday, December 20, 2016


The look and feel of iOS7′s Control Center is sleek and useful in design. The fundamental concept of having system toggles and controls have been always appealing to the Android for a while now, but Apple implemented it in a unique way that has a lot of smartphone users from both sides of the fence buzzing. It was that entire buzz that motivated an Android developer to bring the Control Center to Android and it actually works quite beautifully.


Control Center app, as its name might suggest, the app brings iOS 10’s Control Center to Android. Once installed, users can swipe up from the bottom of their displays on any screen to pull up the new Control Center feature, which looks just like the iOS Control Center and features quick access to settings like airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, display brightness, ringer volume and more. It also includes shortcuts to enable and disable flashlight mode, open the camera and more.

This is incredibly convenient when you're playing your favorite game with player on, and your least favorite song kicks in. What do you do? Close your game, which will most likely result in lost progress? NO! You just swipe the bottom of screen to open Control center, and switch the song!

Getting the iOS 10 Control Center on your Android phone is much easier than applying other iOS 10 tweaks for Android, such as the iOS 10 theme.

The app is available for free in the Google Play app store, and a link directly to the app can be found below.

Google Play Download Link: Control Center


 

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