One of the features Apple showed off during iOS 7 launch was the new control center. The things that this control center do is not new for Android users. But I am sure there are many who would love to get the look and feel of iOS 7 control center on their Android phone. I am going to tell you just how.
The trick is get this app, Control Center from the Google Play Store and customize it. Well, customize it, that is what happens to an iOS 7 feature when it lands on Android!
Here is the official features list:
- Support wifi on/off
- rotation on/off
- volume up/down
- data connection(2G/3G) on/off
- volume silent
- bluetooth and flashlight on/off
- English, Chinese language
- Airplane Mode, Brightness, Vibration function
- quickly open Clock
- quickly open Calculator
- quickly launch Camera
- quickly open GameCenter
- Supports these functions in lock screen
Once installed, open Control Center to enable it by turning the ‘Start Service’ switch on. Next, tap the ‘Touchable Area’ to manage it. Users who have a navigation bar or Google Now will need to increase the width and height of the arrow in order to bring up the Control Center easily. By default, it is positioned at the center but you can move it to the right or left as well, though it will stay at the bottom edge. Make sure you drag the arrow upward and do not swipe from the very bottom edge to top, as that will bring up Google Now instead. Says Addictive tips explaining how to set up the app.
Ready? Get it here.