Thursday, March 20, 2014

Tips to install the iOS 7 Control Center on Android

Control center
Apple’s latest next generation software, the new iOS Control Center will enable users with quick access to several key settings and apps. Apple for the first time has brought about this feature for quick access to frequently used device settings and after the iOS 7 is launched; users would be able to swipe up from the bottom of the screen to activate Control Centre to toggle Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and screen rotation together with much more features and settings with shortcuts to applications on the device. Android has many systems of accessing device setting from any screen, with developer like Hi Tools Studio’s decision to take iOS 7 Control Centre and bring it to Android.

Hi Tools Studio has released a free Android app, the Control Center for Android and once installed, users can swipe from the bottom of their displays on the screen and pull up the new Control Center feature. The new iOS Control Center provides users with quick access to key setting and apps by swiping up though iPhone, iPod and iPad touch users would be unable to access this new feature unless iOS 7 is launched to the consumers, but due to the Hi Tools’ decision, Android users can avail iOs7’s new Control Center features right away.

Menu inside Hotkeys - To get the iOS 7 Control Center on Android phone is quite simple and easier than applying other iOS 7 and the app is available at no cost from Google Play app store. The Control Center menu found inside the hotkeys can be viewed by sliding the finger from the top to the bottom of the screen like the Android notification bar which can give access for airplane mode, music and all the frequently used options and there are two interesting app on Google Play which is similar to the Control Center namely the Espier Control Center and the QuickToggle – iOS Control Center

Espier Control Center 7 - The Espier Control Center 7 is similar to the spitting image of the Control Center on iOS 7 wherein by swiping from the bottom to the top will present the menu through which the user can control the system functions like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, wireless network, flashlight frequently used app. Moreover, this application is easy to use and available free of cost.

The iOS Control Center, QuickToggle app The iOS Control Center, QuickTools app has similarity to Control Center in iOS 7 and is totally free with all its function accessible without the in-app purchases. Users can arrive at the menu either by swiping the finger from the bottom to the top or pressing the home button twice. Moreover the Control Center can also be customized with a lock screen and a launcher. The app is a neat tool to enhance the productivity of any device and nothing created by Apple has been designed to look just beautiful but remarkable and awesome, providing the users with opportunities to experience simpler and useful options which can be enjoyable while operating their devices. Apple’s latest iOS 7 has new structure where the interface is unobtrusive with needless bars and buttons removed and conspicuous ornamentations stripped away.

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