When Apple released iOS 7 one of the striking feature is the new Control Center, which is criticized for being inspired from the Android notification and settings bar toggles. That Control Center is liked by many it gives access to quick settings and shortcuts for lot of functions. That Control Center has been replicated on Android platform, developers have created an app that completely mimics the iOS 7 style including the gradient styles and toggles. It is not uncommon for developers to get inspired from rival OS platforms, but this time the app goes even further and duplicated the control center.
If you liked the control center iOS 7 beta, there is nothing wrong in getting the same experience on your Android smartphone. The app can be opened by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. It has toggles for music player controls, internet on or off, screen brightness adjustment and a lot more. It can be accessed from anywhere, from any app.
The overlay panel also looks similar to the iOS 7 style, it can be customized with new colors and gradients. It can also be accesses as a minified toggle panel for quick and unobtrusive access.
- Add your favorite applications to the launcher panel.
- Highly customizable look, the overlay panel can be customized with multiple colors and gradients
- Innovative minified view, to make it simple, small yet powerful toggle panel.
- Launch animation with configurable speed
- Accessible anytime, anywhere regardless of application.
- Can be accessed without unlocking your phone! Just go to emergency call / SOS panel and swipe up.
- Small footprint, very light on battery.
- No intrusive ads.
- The application currently running is not interrupted, its a new level of multitasking.
- iOS7 Control Center style.
The Control Center app is available as a free download for devices running Android 2.3 and up, but it has ads to support the development.
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