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5 Best Lock Screen Apps For Android

5 Best Lock Screen Apps For Android

Over the years, Lock Screen on Android has undergone many changes. And maybe you will agree if I say that the Lock Screen in the latest version of Android is much better than the previous version of Android.

Unfortunately, not all users continue to follow the development of the Android version. Many of them still survive using the old version of Android.

If you are a user who is still stuck with an older version of Android but wants a better Lock Screen, then the solution is to use a third-party Lock Screen application.

Here I Summarize The 5 Best Lock Screen Applications That You Can Try.

Note: Some Lock Screen applications may not function properly if you still activate the default Lock Screen. We recommend it to first disable the default Lock Screen on your Android device by going to Settings »Security» Screen Lock then selecting None.

Best Lock Screen Apps For Android

1. Next LockScreen

This application made by Microsoft is a Lock Screen application that is arguably very qualified for you to use if you want a simple but functional Lock Screen.

One feature offered is displaying the most frequently used applications based on time and location.

Besides, this Lock Screen can access your favorite contacts and various other shortcuts such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Light Settings, and camera.

The Next Lock screen presents elegant wallpapers and other features such as showing time, weather and notifications. Add another Next Lock screen that supports the Fingerprint Unlock feature.

Developer: Microsoft Corporation

Price: Free

2. Hi Locker

Hi, Locker presents a unique blend of old-style look with a modern look.

As for its features, the first exciting thing is Hi Locker already supports various security features including Fingerprint Lock & Smart Lock.

There are tons of features in this Hi Locker. You can open applications quickly right from the Lock Screen, see notifications, weather info and more.

Another feature is the wallpaper that can change automatically with the time you can set.

Overall, Hi Locker is a Lock Screen application rich in features and easy to customize.

Although it is available in the free version, some features are only available for the premium version, including if you want to eliminate ads inside the application.

Developer: The Lockdown Team

Price: To be announced

 3. AcDisplay

AcDisplay is a Lock Screen application for those of you who like minimalism. Gives a display for very intuitive notifications. You can also open the app directly from the Lock Screen.

Also, this Lock Screen has various shortcuts in the notification section. Also, it supports Active Mode features, similar to Ambient Display on Android that can detect when you take a cell phone or take it out of your pocket, and then the Lock Screen will light up and show notifications.

Another feature of this application is that it can hide notifications from specific demands on the Lock Screen. This application is available in a free version, and like other Lock Screen applications, there are many options for you to customize.

Developer: Artem Chepurnoy

Price: To be announced

4. Picturesque Lock Screen

Picturesque is the second Lock Screen application made by Microsoft, almost the same as the Next Lock screen, still with a unique concept.

You can search for applications, contacts or the web directly from the Lock screen. Also, Picturesque Lock Screen can display various information such as date, time, weather info and notification.

Developer: Microsoft Corporation

Price: Free

5. Gesture Lock Screen

The last application in the list of 5 best Lock Screen applications is Gesture Lock Screen. As the name implies, this application allows you to open the Lock Screen using Gesture.

The application is straightforward, you only need to activate it then make Gesture and finished, the Gesture Lock Screen application is ready to use.

Gesture Lock Screen has a feature to view notifications. You can set it to your liking, change the animation, sound, and wallpaper.

Gesture Lock Screen is available in a free version that contains advertisements in it, and if you want to be free of ads, you must use the PRO version of Gesture Lock Screen (Paid)

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Top 10 Facts You Never Knew About Flying Objects

Top 10 Facts About Flying Objects

Here Is A List Of Top 10 Facts You Never Knew About Flying Objects!

Top 10 Facts About Flying Objects

  1. At any given moment, there are around 500,000 people flying in airplanes.
  2. Hummingbirds flap their wings over fifty times a second and can reach speeds of 34.00mph backward.
  3. The fastest tennis serve was timed at 163.50mph. At that speed, it would reach the moon in only 61 days.
  4. The first man-made flying objects were kites, unmanned hot air balloons, and even toy bamboo helicopters in China around 700-400 BC.
  5. The 1st significant UFO sighting was in 1947, although as long ago as 214BC, the Roman historian Livy reported seeing “ships in the sky”.
  6. The great Greek philosopher Archytas is said to have made a steam-powered model pigeon around 400BC that could fly two hundred meters.
  7. The original flight by Wilbur Wright in 1903 was 75 feet shorter than the wingspan of a Boeing 747.
  8. The record flight by a paper airplane made with an A4 sheet of paper is 226 feet 10 inches.
  9. The shortest commercial flight is between 2 Orkney Islands and can be as quick as forty-seven seconds.
  10. The spire of the Empire State Building in New York was originally designed to serve as a mooring mast for Zeppelins, and other airships.

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Top 10 Interesting Facts About Grouse You Should Know!

Top 10 Interesting Facts About Grouse
Facts About Grouse

Here Is A List Of Top 10 Interesting Facts About Grouse You Should Know!

Top 10 Facts About Grouse!

  1. Grouse do not nest in trees and live at ground level but they can fly short distances.
  2. Since 1931, the ruffed grouse has been the state bird of Pennsylvania.
  3. The earliest recorded use of the verb “to grouse” meaning to complain or sulk was in a poem by Rudyard Kipling in 1877.
  4. The first recorded reference to grouse dates back to 1531 when it was spelled “grows”.
  5. The sage grouse has a comical mating dance that has been parodied in folk dance in both the USA and Alpine regions.
  6. The scientific name of the ruffed grouse is Bonasa umbellus, the first word of which some say comes from the Latin for “good when roasted”.
  7. Their nostrils, legs, and toes are feathered which keeps them warm and helps movement across the snow. Their toe feathers act like snowshoes.
  8. There are 18 species of grouse, all of which live in the colder regions of the northern hemisphere.
  9. Another explanation is that “Bonasa” means “bull-like” and refers to the drumming of male grouse sounding like the bellowing of a bull.
  10. “Umbellus” refers to the umbrella-like ruff of feathers displayed by the male when courting.

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