WidgetLocker Gets an update with ICS features

WidgetLocker lets you change your lock screen to compliment your style. You can add different sliders, app widgets and shortcuts to your lock screen to make it feel more you. Our own Andrew Greenfield gave you a run down of this in his “How To Make Your Lockscreen Your Own” article earlier today. It comes with Honeycomb, Sense 3.0, as well as Android 4.0 lock screens.  You can find WidgetLocker in the Android Market here for $2.99, or you can find it here in our app database where you’ll also find a QR code available.

Let us know what you think in the comments below if you have used it or just downloaded it.

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  • sonicaholic

    I have been beta testing widget locker for over a year now for its dev and I have to say it just keeps getting better. I have used most lock screen apps and this outshines them all by a long way my fav feature is the ability to theme your lock exactly how YOU want it to look there are a multitude of themes freely available over at the xda forums and even a how to to create your own, so head on over take a look at how others have themed there lock screen get some ieas or maybe your the creative tipe that just wants do do your own ;-)

  • Andrew

    Probably a dumb question but if someone is using the “android default” slider, the one where you can go up and down and such, is it possible to add an on/off toggle for vibrate mode?

    I think it would be awesome if I could just use that slider and go in the different directions to get more than one thing done with one slider, but being able to toggle vibrate is important because I need to frequently go from sound to no sound and back.

  • Andrew

    Don’t everyone answer at once.

    To clarify my question, yes the “android default” slider already has a vibrate toggle slider but I want to remove that slider and incorporate the vibrate toggle into the left/right/up/down functionality of the other slider.