This year Apple announced iOS 14 with loads of new, long-overdue features, including widgets, app clips, etc. Here is what you need to know about iOS 14.
With iOS 10, you can now customize your widgets and add them to the “Today View” page. Here is how you can manage widgets on your iPhone.
If you are looking for a way to include the weather on your website, these websites will help you find beautiful weather widgets to embed on your site.
If you are using an old Mac and want to customize your Mac desktop, you can use Übersicht to add useful widgets to your desktop.
iOS comes with support for widgets, available at the left of the homescreen. Here are some of the best widgets for iOS you can add to your iOS device.
While the Trello app for Android is useful, it’s not always enough. Looking for additional functionality? These Trello apps and widgets are worth a look.
Here’s an in-depth look at Rainmeter, an Windows application that allows you to customize your Windows desktop with a variety of mini-apps and widgets.
You don’t have to stick with the default widgets for your Android phone. We show you how you can create your own Android widgets.
Most widgets for Android come with its own design and don’t blend well with others. Here are some of the best collection of widgets that you can use to make your homescreen looks great in Android.
[Android] When you install an app from Google Play on your Android phone, it will automatically add the app to your homescreen. If you prefer to keep your homescreen clean and not cluttered with all the apps, here is the way to prevent Google Play from auto-adding widgets to your Android homescreen. 1. Open Google […]
Do you use numerous widgets on your WordPress blog? Have you ever wished that you could add WordPress Widget Titles? If so, you’re in luck thanks to a WordPress plugin called Widget Title Links.
The problem is with most Android widgets – they are either too small or take up a ton of space on the home screen. What we are going to talk about today is a solution to gain access to more applications using less widgets. This way you’ll have more space on your home screen to do whatever you like.
Most of the widget in Android are tied to the applications you install. If you are looking to create your own Android widget, here is one way you can get it done without any coding and programming.
One of the coolest widgets on the Mac dashboard is the Web Clip widget. With this widget, you can clip any part of a Web page in Safari via the “open in dashboard” option. This is a great way to monitor changes to any Web page(s) that you choose; whenever the page changes/updates, so will your widget.
The Mac Dashboard is often labelled as useless and unnecessary. Today, we will show you how to make your Mac Dashboard useful again.
When KDE 4 was first released, it was met with both hope and dismay, depending on the person you asked. Some loved everything from the new interface to the improved functionality. Others called it a significant step, but one in the wrong direction. Those purists still love KDE 3.5, and many of them continue to […]
Although some might consider it blasphemous, the default KDE desktop is not a style everyone automatically likes. If it were, KDE-Look.org would not be filled with desktop themes, window manager themes, and more. KDE is all about customization, and the ability to make it look however you want is part of that. I have spoken […]
In my previous article of the Android Widget Series, I gave a few examples of clock widgets that help keep you on time. In this weeks article, I will give examples of a few different “agenda” widgets. These widgets either place calendars, to do lists, or a variety of other organisational tools on your home […]
Most of the apps in the Android market only do one thing and do it well. Few of them can combine plenty of features together and do them extremely well. ZDbox is an exception. It comes with plenty of features in one app and allows you to easily maintain your Android phone and keep it […]
The lockscreen is one of the most left out item in Android phone. When you turn on your phone, you will usually swipe the slider across (or down) the lockscreen and go directly to your Home screen, often not giving the lockscreen a second look. However, do you know that by adding some modification to […]
In my article last week, I provided examples of a number of Android widgets that help users monitor and toggle their settings (including WiFi, battery, brightness, data, gps, etc.). In this weeks installment of Android widgets, I will highlight a number of useful clock widgets that assist you in telling the time. Depending on which […]
With the growth of apps, the various smartphone platforms are all becoming similar. What makes Google’s Android stands out from the rest is the ability to add “widgets” on the home screen and offer the user a unique experience. For those of you who are not sure what widget is, they are essentially interactive icons […]
If you own a WordPress site, have you ever have the need to display different widgets for different pages? For example, you might be running a travel site and you blog about travelling in various countries. You might want to get the sidebar to display a France’s hotel booking form when the content is about […]
I have just started using Kubuntu a week ago. Being a new user of the KDE desktop, I admit that I am have difficulty getting used to its terms. One of the thing I am always confuse is the difference between plasmoids and widgets. The two terms are used interchangeably and it took some googling […]
Part of the big hype over the release of KDE 4 was its new and improved eye candy, mostly due to the Plasma workspace. Those who liked the changes, loved the new KDE from the beginning. Those who did not are still complaining about it. But like any good desktop environment, you are by no […]
Balancing work, home, school, or any other component of your life can be hectic. Many people use computers with the intention to simplify their lives, but that does not always happen. One of the biggest obstacles to effective use of computers is file and application organization. File managers, docks, panels, task bars, and other similar […]
One of the many unique ideas Apple has pioneered in operating systems is the use of desktop widgets. Apple first introduced widgets with the Dashboard when they released OS X v.10.4. Since then, they’ve grown in popularity, in number of widgets available, and have been copied in several iterations for every major operating system. While they […]
Linux has no shortage of music players, and even KDE has at least two: JuK and Amarok. The one you decide to use is truly a matter of preference, and it would be pointless for me to attempt to convince you to choose Amarok. It is, however, my music player of choice. I mostly use […]
In a previous MTE article, you learned how to create a unified desktop using the KDE 4 Oxygen themes for KDE, GTK, and Firefox. Oxygen is clean, simple, and visually pleasing, but some people want a little more flexibility. QtCurve is a theming system that gives you the configuring power to have varieties of themes, […]
KDE-Look.org is part of a family of desktop websites, all under the umbrella of OpenDesktop.org. With each release, KDE is moving closer to complete integration with OpenDesktop.org, where the installation of new themes and visual improvements are seamless. There are already several visual components of the K desktop environment that are already integrated. Among them are: […]
The default Windows Mobile user interface isn’t ideal for the majority of daily mobile working tasks – it depends heavily on the stylus (or is you’re using a Smartphone, the D-pad), a hardware keyboard and in some cases very good eyesight. As such, several developers have taken advantage of this to introduce alternative user interfaces […]
When Google Gadgets were released for Linux, many people once again praised Google’s support of free and open source software, but there was just one problem. The two major desktop environments for Linux, GNOME and KDE, both already had desktop widget components that were better integrated into their overall desktops. Fortunately, the Google developers were […]