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  • Samsung is bringing more customization modules to its Good Lock app suite.
  • These include modules to tweak the S Pen and Samsung Keyboard.

Samsung is giving its Good Lock app suite more customization modules for S Pen users, Samsung Keyboard typists, and those who enjoy tinkering with their home screen.

The first addition, Pentastic, will appeal to Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra power users or other S Pen phones running One UI 2.1 or newer. The app lets users modify hover points and themes for Air Command, and also brings additional sound options to the stylus’ software. Pentastic also turns a long-press of the S Pen’s button into a user-set app shortcut.

For those who prefer typing rather than writing, the new Keys Cafe module brings options to tweak the height and positioning of Samsung Keyboard. Samsung is also teasing a gamification feature that gives typists “scores and rankings” to reduce typos. Broader theming options and dynamic effect tweaks also arrive here.

Finally, the Wonderland app adds more customization options to users’ home screens and lock screens. Tweakers can now create custom 3D wallpapers with motion and particle effects.

Existing apps in the suite also receive some update love. Home Up will improve file sharing management while MultiStar brings Wireless Keyboard Sharing and improved orientation tweaks for pinned apps to tablets.

As for availability, Pentastic and Wonderland are ready to download for Samsung devices now. Keys Cafe and the update to Home Up will roll out in early October.

Notably, Good Lock is only available in 10 countries listed by Samsung. If you don’t have it installed, be sure to grab it below.

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