Widgets are an amazing way to customize your Android smartphone or tablet’s home screen. And Widgery: Web Widget takes that idea and runs with it. It’s a brilliant new productivity app that lets you turn any web page into a widget. With just a few taps you’re going to have all the information you need at your fingertips.
Want to add your favourite blogs? Maybe some Twitter streams? How about adding the news sites you visit on a regular basis? All of that’s as simple as installing the app and using it to stick a widget onto your home screen.
You can change the size of the widget, letting them take up as much or as little of the screen as you’d like. Want to rearrange your widgets? All you have to do is drag them around the screen. Almost anyone is going to be able to find some way to use the app – if you visit a few sites regularly, you’re going to find it really helpful.
The widgets are scrollable too, which is a really useful touch. You’re not just getting a snippet of the page, you’re getting all of it and can navigate through. That’s really helpful for checking up on a Twitter feed for example.
This isn’t the first app that UrySoft has developed. There’s a whole suite of productivity apps bearing the developer’s name on the Play Store – from a brilliant todo list app, a smart app that lets you make the most of Android’s clipboard function and much, much more.
Widgery: Web Widget is a great way to browse the web and you can download it for free from the Google Play Store right now by clicking here (there’s no news on an iOS version yet). It’s well worth checking out if you’re in the mood for some new customization options for your smartphone or tablet.