Being able to customize your device is fantastic as it helps to make your device even more of "your own". With the power of Android, you can use third-party launchers to add custom icon themes and these are just some of our favorites.
Who says Halloween was just for you? Your phone is an extension of your person, and it deserves some ghoulish fun, too! In that spirit, we have a selection of costumes for your Android's home screen, allowing it to masquerade just as you do.
The home screen widgets in iOS 14 are getting a lot of attention, but you don't need an iPhone to enjoy some of them right now. Android themers have developed KWGT presets you can download and install right now to get the latest look.
If we don’t like an app icon, we get a new one. And if we can’t find icons in an icon pack that fits what we want, then we just make our own! It's easy as pie and you don't need any any paid programs or apps to do it.
Action Launcher's Quicktheme has been a wonderful asset for helping mesh the look of your home screen with your wallpaper, but when the auto-generated colors clash, there was no real recourse. Finally, after years of begging and pleading, Chris Lacy has given us the ability to set custom colors in Quicktheme.
Setting a custom text tone for a specific contact or conversation may sound like dark sorcery, but it's a simple setting on most phones and it's not just useful to gossipy teens. Custom text tones are good for everyone, and here's how to use them.
Christmas is still a few days away but Action Launcher's rolling up with a sleigh full of new features right now, including Android 10 gesture support, Live wallpaper support in Quicktheme, and more ActionDash awesomeness.