A (very) long time ago, Android introduced a feature that allows you to display certain widgets on the lock screen. For some reason, this useful feature was removed with the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, limiting widgets to the home screen only. While some manufacturers, like Samsung, have brought limited versions of lock screen widgets, but generally you are limited to the widgets that the manufacturer has already created for you. Well, no more! Lockscreen Widgets brings back the functionality of yesteryear, with some additional features, and all this without ADB or root! All necessary privileges can be granted without even thinking about using a computer.
- Lock screen widgets appear as a paged "frame" at the top of the lock screen.
- Add a widget by tapping the plus button in the frame. This plus button will always be the last page.
- Each widget you add has its own page.
- You can press, hold and drag a widget left or right to reorder it.
- Touch the frame with two fingers to enter edit mode: resize and move the frame, and delete the current widget here.
- Tap the frame with three fingers to hide it temporarily. It will appear again after the screen turns off and on again.
- Any home screen widget can be added as a lock screen widget.
- You can make the background of the widget frame opaque if you want to overlay items from the lock screen.
- You can hide the widget frame when notifications are displayed on the lock screen.
- You can make the widget frame hidden when the notification ringtone is off.
- You can hide the widget frame when the security input view is displayed
Required Android Versions : Ice Cream Sandwich [4.0.3–4.0.4] - Jelly Bean [4.1–4.3.1] - KitKat [4.4–4.4.4] - Lollipop [5.0–5.0.2] - Marshmallow [6.0 - 6.0.1] - Nougat [7.0 – 7.1.1] - Oreo [8.0-8.1]