The look and feel of iOS7′s Control Center is sleek and useful in design. The fundamental concept of having system toggles and controls have been innate to the Android OS for awhile now, but Apple implemented it in a unique way that has a lot of smartphone users from both sides of the fence buzzing. It was all that buzz that motivated an Android developer to bring the Control Center to Android and it actually works quite beautifully.
The app doesn’t require root and after it is installed users can control their WiFi, Bluetooth, Airplane Mode, display brightness and even set shortcuts to applications on the device. The tool has the potential to increase the productivity of your Android device and we’re glad to see it now up for grabs.
The app is free on Google Play, but one of the shortcuts is unchangeable and stuck on a “Game Center” ad network. We understand that the dev’s need to get paid, but we’re hoping that they will also release a paid version that will allow the user to removed the ad network. Interested Android users can grab the install at the link below.
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