The good thing about Android smartphones is that you can customize and personalize them down to the smallest details. Lockscreens are necessary on every phone because they help to secure your information, avoids accidentally picking up uncalled for phone calls and it keeps all your messages in a private place. Android lockscreens are also extremely customizable, as their are plenty of apps that will make your lockscreen cooler. In this article we will talk about the 5 best Android lockscreen apps, check them out below:
1. GOTO Lockscreen
This is a very awesome and fast lockscreen. Stylish and elegant in design, and it comes with some great features suck as, save time with notification previews on your lockscreen, return missed calls with call log shortcut, customize the background of your lockscreen and other settings, use the secure unlock feature and jump to your Gmail and text messages immediately. $1.49 dollars.
2. WidgetLocker Lockscreen
WidgetLocker Lockscreen puts you in control of the look, feel and layout of your lockscreen. It has drag and drop placement of sliders, Android Widgets and App shortcuts, and more. Sliders look selectable from built-in-styles or from user-themes and slider actions can be customized (for example, Slide-to-call-your-mom or Slide-to-call-your-boyfriend) and the widgets and custom grids are re sizable. The app costs $2.99.
3. WP7Lock Pro
This lockscreen looks elegant, stylish and simple and it is done in the WP7 style. It looks very futuristic and is designed to look like the real thing in Windows Phone 7 in which the creators pretty much succeeded. It has zero-second delay and works for non-root and rooted users, has integration with Zplayer and Statusbar+ and it is easy to use inter-phase.
4. Screen Suite Lockscreen
For 1.98 this is an amazing lockscreen. It has many options like, you can customize your lockscreen, and choose to either keep your phone screen on the stay awake mode or to put the screen to sleep and disable the lock screen entirely. Another great feature is that it auto-locks your screen when you are calling, so that you can never accidentally end a call by pressing your cheek against the ‘end call’ button. The app makes use of lock screen widgets to display your contact information and date and time and has a battery indicator.
5. LockMenu Pro
One of the best things about LockMenu Pro is that it has no ads. A recent update has taken care of all the minor bugs, improved the performance and added some new features to the look of the LockMenu (such as a new slider). You can configure up to 9 sliders, launch direct dial or send texts directly from sliders, configure whether or not each sliders unlocks the device, custom the wallpaper or background, and easily access your phone controls (Bluetooth, airplane mode, WiFi, etc). The app costs $1.98 but it’s worth it.
These are the 5 lockscreens that we feel best about, and hopefully you will find anything you like on the list. If we missed your favorite lockscreen app, please feel free to leave a comment.