By Chris Smith July 12, 2013 0 23 372 29 Control Center for Android | Image Credit: AddictiveTips A new Android application emulates the Control Center feature found in iOS 7, and it’s currently available as a free download from the Google Play Store. This isn’t the first time that we show you how to make Android look more iOS 7-ish, but this time around we’re only looking at this particular iOS 7 feature that’s replicated by the application, so don’t expect your handset to look like an iOS 7-running iPhone once you install it.Advertisement In iOS 7, Control Center is a new feature that contains pretty much all the settings you’d need quick access to including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplane mode, screen rotation and plenty of other toggles. To activate it, you have to swipe up from the bottom at any time, on any screen. You could always argue that Android already has this functionality covered, but at the same time you may want to try the Control Center Android app that’s currently available in the Play Store. On top of looking like its iOS 7 counterpart, here’s what features the app has to offer: Support iPhone iOS 7 UI Style and Assistive Touch feature Support same look and touch feeling with iPhone Support wifi on/off Support rotation on/off Support volume up/down Support data connection(2G/3G) on/off Support volume silent Support bluetooth and flashlight on/off Support English, Chinese language Support Airplane Mode, Brightness, Vibration function Support quickly open Clock Support quickly open Calculator Support quickly launch Camera Support quickly open GameCenter Support above function in lock screen The app has a 3.7-star rating out of 521 reviews, and requires Android 2.2 or later and 1.8MB of storage. 0 23 372 previous postToshiba AT7-A tablet with entry-level specs revealed in online benchmark recordsnext postCan the Moto X really deliver a great user experience without great specs?