By Joe Levi | March 20, 2013 12:45 PM
Android Jelly Bean has some pretty sweet lock-screen widgets built-in, but they’re limited to just one widget per panel. If you want to control your music, see how many missed calls you have, what your battery status is, or check the weather forecast you’ve either got to have a lot of lock-screen widgets spread across a lot of panels — which sort of defeats the purpose — or you need a lock screen widget that packages all these into one. Of course, another option is just to replace your lock screen with a new one.
C Lock Screen is a replacement for your stock lock screen that puts information, controls, and quick-launch shortcuts at your finger tips — and does it in style! This app lets you see:
- Day, date, time, and next alarm
- Missed calls and texts
- How your battery is doing
- What the weather is like (if you’ve also installed C Widget)
- Your music controls so you can play and skip songs right from your lock screen
What good is a lock screen if you can’t quick-launch your apps? C Lock Screen comes pre-configured to let you launch the dialer, messaging client, camera, flash light, Google Maps, web browser, YouTube, and more. Don’t like those? No problem, you can customize them! What’s more, you can configure how the lock screen looks, from which wallpaper to display to what colors you want to see all your information in.
Interested? Hit play and see how it all comes together, then let us know what you think in the comments below!