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Samsung Good Lock« Personalization & Tools « Downloads
|Updated||June 26, 2016|
|Category||Personalization & Tools|
Meet Samsung’s Good Lock—an app that not only lets you customize the on-screen look of your Galaxy smartphone, but also alter the way you use your lockscreen and notifications.
For users who love getting hands-on when it comes to personalizing their smartphones’ look and interface experience, here is a walkthrough of some of Good Lock’s defining features.
Faster Access and Organize What You Need
Launch apps in an instant from the lockscreen with the App Tray feature and get up-to-date with app information quicker than ever. Just pull the App Tray handle up from the bottom of the screen to reveal an area where you can keep shortcuts to frequently accessed apps. Use the Edit and Add buttons to select or remove apps.
With the Lockscreen Widget, you can see the information of your choice quickly without unlocking the screen. When you drag down the widget area (below the clock on the screen), you can see a list of widgets and set, edit or add to the list.
In addition, you can organize Notifications from the lockscreen: save, categorize and get reminders.
If you see a notification you need, simply long press it to sort it into a category. Save notifications using Keep, allowing you to check app alerts later, or touch the alarm button to set yourself a reminder.
Routine: Interfaces that Adapt to Your Environment
Routine lets you customize your lockscreen layout, your App Tray, Lockscreen Widget, background colors and clock so your Galaxy device looks just the way you want, when you want. This allows you to fill your App Tray with productivity-enabling apps during work hours, but switch to a Routine with entertainment-orientated apps in the evening—and pick color schemes that match your moods.