Ask an Android fanboy why they prefer their handset to an iPhone, and their eyes will glaze over as they wistfully stare off into the distance.
“I used to have an iPhone”, they’ll say. “It was great, but one day I woke up, and looked around. Apples. Apples everywhere. I was just another clone, another cog in the wheel. I tried to make things more personal. I wanted widgets, keyboards, themes – hell, even an easy way to change my own ringtone, but I just didn’t have that freedom”.
“But now? Now I have everything. Check out my Hello Kitty time/weather clock. Isn’t it beautiful? Look – all of my icons are different species of Pokémon. And see this? If I tap this three times and swipe upwards, it’ll open up a list of my all-time favourite Lord of the Rings swords”.
“Wait, where are you going? Don’t you want to see my music player widget?”
If you want to take advantage of Android’s powerful customisation options, then read on, but try to keep things at least a little classy, okay?
We’ll kick things off with outside beauty, then move onto software customisation, if that’s alright with you:
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