Could the upcoming arrival of Android L signal a new era of lightweight, near-stock OEM skins? While we don’t know for sure, there seems to be at least some early evidence suggesting this is possible.
Customization is one of the stronger points of Android. With a multitude of tweaks in UI and functionality, the platform enables users to incorporate more of their personality and needs into their devices, compared with, say, iOS. While for some, customization is skin-deep — like themes, wallpapers and graphics — others take rooting their devices as an avenue to do even more drastic customizations. But even supposedly skin-deep customizations might require root. For instance, changing icon packs in stock launchers might sound mundane, but in most cases would require root. If you wanted to change icons, you could either switch…
The new Samsung Galaxy S5 isn’t only about hardware, Samsung has also tweaked the Touchwiz interface, it may not have all the changes that some users have been asking for, but there are some nice additions.
Samsung is teasing the upcoming Galaxy S5 in a new image that could be hinting at the incoming redesign of TouchWiz.
After spending one month with the Galaxy Note 3, I wanted to give my impressions of the device from the perspective of someone who uses the phone everyday. Read on for more!
Do you want to use the stock Android user interface on your device without rooting and flashing a custom ROM? We’ve put together a simple and quick way to do so! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Stock Android is treasured among the tech community, but what if Samsung does it better with its TouchWiz UI? Read on to find out more!
OEM Skins like Touchwiz and HTC Sense may not garner a lot of popularity in the tech community, but overall they actually do less harm than one might think.
A leaked Android 4.2.2 firmware for the Galaxy S3 surfaced online. Features from the Galaxy S4, like a new Settings UI, a new lockscreen, and more, are coming to the Galaxy S3 in the future.
Galaxy S4 Google Edition: Google and Samsung are said to launch a version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 that runs pure Android (AOSP) at the Google I/O keynote.