Create A Scrollable Widget Full Of App Icons Using ‘Foldery’

There are a ton of apps for Android that allow you to improve your productivity. As this is Android we’re talking about, you have far more freedom than you’d have on iOS, for example. There are apps that can boost your messaging experience, multitasking, and even change the look and feel of your entire home screen while adding some extra features into the mix. Well, we’re here to talk about an app called Foldery Multicon Folder Widget’ or ‘Foldery’ in short, which is basically a widget that will help you organize your home screen in a unique way, read on.

Many of you probably have quite a few icons on your home screen, and some of you are probably reluctant to use too many home screen pages. Well, with Foldery, you can create scrollable widgets and place app icons inside of them. You can essentially create a 1-by-1 widget on your home screen and place a number of icons inside of it. You can go through them by swiping either vertically or horizontally, that’s totally up to you. If your launcher allows you to, you can resize this widget and truly take control of what will it look like. The app also allows you to manipulate the size of the icons you include, you can make them huge, or simply use the standard size, it’s totally up to you. You can also increase the number of columns you’d like to use in a widget, change the background of the widget, and Foldery also supports icon packs, which means you can use whichever icon pack you want, as long as it is installed on your smartphone.Foldery worked great during our testing, and the app is very well designed, it’s not exactly in line with the latest Material Design guidelines, but it looks nice and it’s fairly easy to navigate. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that you can create only 1 Foldery widget in the free version of this application, if you’d like to add more of them, you’ll need to make an in-app purchase. Interesting enough, you have 5 levels of contributions to choose from, ranging from ‘Patronage’ to ‘Coconut Cocktail’, which essentially means you can choose how much you’d like to pay for the app, though do keep in mind that you won’t be able to pay less than $1. All of these aforementioned options will give you access to ‘Foldery Premium’, and this is a one-time payment.



Widgets, Icons and Wallpapers – Miles’ Top Picks

Widgets, Icons and Wallpapers – Miles’ Top Picks

Miles has been making some great videos over at XDA TV. Viewers often ask about what icons, widgets and themes he uses for him phone. In this video he takes us through all of his favorite customization apps and where we can download them.

DashClock Widget

Dash clock is a widget that allows for the integration of third party widgets like Fenix. If you’re looking for a free clock widget, this is the best way to go.

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Dives – Icon Pack

The Dives icon pack is one of the cleanest icon packs out there. You might be familiar with this pack because it’s the one that comes default on the OnePlus 3 OxygenOS.

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Facets – with Muzei

Facets has a bunch of amazing original wallpapers and is a great deal for 99 cents on the Play store.

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[Substratum] Dark Stock Theme

Substratum is a new theme engine with a small handful of themes to choose from. Here are two of the best themes that Miles uses for his phone.

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[Substratum] Origins Theme

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webZunder Sharing Icons

add social sharing icons on your WordPress, so your readers can better interact along with your page and proportion your posts.

you can select which social sharing icons and in which the icons must be displayed. you may add the display call of the person to characteristic the Tweet to and add an account, which need to be advised to follow, after sharing a submit.

Supported Social Networks are:

vk aka vkontakte
also, you have got the choice to share thru e-mail.

The Plugin is well suited to the webZunder Open Graph Plugin.

The Icons which can be used are FontAwesome Icons.

there is no tracking. those are just sharing buttons.