Top 10 Lock Screen Apps For Your Android

Lock screens is an essential part of all the Android devices and having option to customize it is like cherry on the top. If you own an android device and you don’t use a good lock screen then you’re missing out on a lot of things that you’ll love. Check these out and choose your personal style.


HIQ-Increase your IQ everyday
Unlock your IQ! Learn a new language (17 available) in under a year with almost no effort! Memorize math, science, and engineering equations! Learn English vocabulary from middle school to a college doctoral level! Hiq, pronounced High-Q is an app that promises to try and increase your iQ with minimal effort on your part. They do this by stimulating your brain every time you unlock your phone.

LOCKET-Stay in the Known
A teal circle in the lower middle of the screen is the hub for interaction with Locket. Once you touch and hold it, you can swipe left to read the article or right to unlock the phone. A few other buttons let you dive directly into the camera, favorite the story for later reading, or share it through social networks.

ECHO-For the minimalist
Being possibly the cleanest-looking lock screen app on our list, Echo gives you the best control over your notifications. Not only does it automatically categorize them based on the type of app they were sent to, but also allows you to completely disable selected applications. A single tap is enough to reply to a text message or make a phone call.

CM Locker-Get the iOS look
CM Locker brings that super-thin font and translucence, complete with a slide-up quick settings menu—something we think Android should steal from iOS. You can quickly launch the calculator, turn on airplane mode, or turn off WiFi.

PICTURESQUE-By microsoft
It primarily focuses more on pretty things. It gives you various wallpapers to look at when you turn your screen on that’s found using Bing. It can also show you the weather, latest news, and includes a search bar on the lock screen. There are also some India-specific features including an event calendar and phone and camera controls.

LOCKER MASTER-For the Stylish
You can use things such as interactive live wallpapers and themes to put a truly creative spin on your lock screen. You can also do stuff like show animated weather and weather forecast, use iOS7 style pattern and PIN unlock, display notifications. It’s totally free so it’s worth a shot.

NEXT LOCK SCREEN-DashClock by Microsoft
It shows you a lot of details on the lock screen and allows you to quickly do things like call people and reply to notifications. You can also quick launch apps and check calendar appointments. It is rather new and that means there are still some bits to work out. It’s still shaping up to be a solid lock screen option.

GO LOCKER-A theme beast
It claims to have 900$ worth of theme options. A nice unique touch, and here is the option to have shortcuts to directly switch things like mobile data and Bluetooth on and off from the lock screen.

ACDISPLAY-Best Minimal
Small icons appear for notifications, and you simply hold your finger on one of these icons to see the notification in more detail, after which you swipe down to dismiss it. AcDisplay uses your device’s sensors to detect when it’s in your pocket or in use, so the screen switches on and off accordingly.

SLIDELOCK lOCKER-Old iPhone Lockscreen
Using SlideLock, you unlock your Android device by sliding from left to right along the bottom of the screen. You get actionable notifications just like in Lollipop, so you can tap to go to them or swipe to dismiss them. Slide from right to left to go straight to the camera.

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Bhavika Banwari

A tech connoisseur from India, Bhavika studies Software Engineering. An ardent Android fan, diehard gamer, Bhavika on Androidios will be bringing you the latest Android news and reviews from the front line.

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