AcDisplay, a popular open-source notification based lockscreen replacement, has been updated to v3.0, offering initial Lollipop support and a host of bug fixes.
Placing your basic contact info on your Android device lock screen is a great way to help a stranger return your misplaced device. Let’s take a quick look at how that is done.
We see our lock screens arguably more than any other part of our device. If you’re getting bored with your lock screen, check out these lock screen apps!
NotifWidget is a new application that lets you check your notifications on your home screen, lock screen, and you can even use it over DayDream!
The HTC Lock Screen from Sense 6 is now available as a standalone app in the Google Play Store. HTC Lock Screen brings the best of HTC to your device, with quick access to your favorite and recent apps, as well as instant access to Blinkfeed.
TimePIN is an application that modifies your lockscreen PIN to a new value every minute! Prying eyes will never compromise your device security.
The updated DynamicNotifications app brings some new features to this notification powered lock screen, improving on features introduced by the Moto X.
Earlier today a security exploit for the Xperia Z showed up, allowing unwanted users to bypass your lock screen. There’s no word from Sony yet on when this problem will be addressed.
Falcon Pro for Twitter can now show a bunch of pertinent information for users all on a device’s lock screen thanks to an update with DashClock Widget for Android 4.2.
Always make sure to protect your privacy. In this digital age, this means setting powerful passwords and carefully picking codes that should be impossible for other people to figure out. Unless... you’ve memorized them by heart or you’ve written them down somewhere, we might have the tendency of forgetting complicated passwords.
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