Widgetsmith allows you to personalize your home screen like never before.
It starts with a series of highly customizable widgets whose functions range from date and weather to astronomy. Each can be precisely adjusted to best suit your desired function and appearance.
Then you can dynamically arrange this group of widgets to be displayed on your home screen according to the rules you define. For example, a particular widget can first display the weather in the morning, then display your calendar on weekdays, and then switch to your activity ring progress when you end the day. This allows you to make the most of every slot on the home screen.
The activity widget requires a paired Apple Watch
The application itself also contains a large number of tools, such as weather applications, time zone converters, and calendars. These tools can be activated automatically based on the clicked activity widget.
• Widgetsmith can optionally integrate with Apple Health. If you choose one of these widget types, this data will be used to display your steps and activities. Widgetsmith’s access to this data is controlled through the Apple Health app.
• Widgetsmith includes an optional premium subscription. This is provided on a monthly or yearly basis. If you choose to purchase a subscription, your payment will be deducted from your iTunes account. The subscription will automatically renew unless canceled within 24 hours before the end of the current period. After purchase, you can turn off automatic renewal at any time by going to “Account Settings” in the App Store.
• Only Widgetsmith Premium subscribers can access the tide and weather-hosted data.
I really like this app, the options to customize your own widgets are great. With new aesthetics and works of art, it makes my home screen look better. I suggest you find a way for people to make their own aesthetic themes and share them with others who use the app. In addition, if there is a way for users to create their own artwork, then people can have a way to share their creativity and determine the beauty in the way they want on their home screen. I think having customizable artwork would be a great idea and a great way for people to share their artistic talents and help others complete their home screens. The other thing is that all the widgets are great, I like the new artwork, but it is difficult because all the best artworks are premium members, and there is a lot of prices to pay, just to have it looks cool Widgets. And I don’t think many people will pay that much money desperately just to make their home screen and widgets aesthetically pleasing. If there is a different way for people to use Widgetsmith pro artwork and widgets, such as sharing the app with a certain number of people, or rating it on the AppStoreand writing recommendations, then for those who don’t That said, it would be a way to have extra money spent on these designs, in a way to determine their beauty.
The application is good. I think it does its job well enough, but it is very simple. I like the customizability of the application and my home screen looks much better after downloading it.
The only technical problem I encountered was that my reminder large parts seemed to fail at random points, and none of my planned projects were listed. This is not an ongoing problem, but it does happen every once in a while, and it takes a while to update once I add a new reminder.
My only other complaint is to further improve the aesthetics, maybe there are some future ideas, these are not deal breakers for me, but will improve my experience with the app. I don’t particularly like the battery widget because it only displays the battery instead of the percentage, which is almost useless to me because the same symbol is always displayed in the upper right corner of my screen. I also hope that the widgets don’t say Widgetsmith under them (similar to how the application name is displayed under its icon), I hope they don’t have a title/description. My third wish is that widgets can have customizable shortcuts so that when I select them, I will be taken to the application corresponding to the widget instead of simply opening the Widgetsmith application.
Nevertheless, I still recommend this app. I am happy to see that my home screen is more organized and customized according to my aesthetics. I prefer this application over other similar applications.
for my friend, This is a good application. I like this app very much. I have had it since ios14 came out. However, I have a small question about this. All the widgets on my phone were very good this morning, they kept showing on my home screen, but later today they turned gray with lines on them, I tried to fix it and tried to make the widget pictures I put in It shows up, but it just doesn’t. I didn’t delete the app or widget because maybe I thought it was just a glitch, so I just turned the phone on and off and tried again, but obviously the widget of the photo I selected still doesn’t show which is my frustration because if Without these widgets, my home screen would have no meaning. The day I rearranged the entire home screen took me 4 hours. I searched my question on Google and it didn’t show anything I was going through, but I just want to let you guys know this. I still have those widgets, but it’s just gray with gray lines. Maybe I think it’s an iOS issue or something, but it’s been like this for a few hours.
This is a good application. You can add something to help, you can also change its appearance and make a theme! I used the shortcut application for the application, this application adds a great touch, I like yellow, sing for my entire IPAD, yes iPad, you can use it on your phone and iPad! It’s all yellow themes anyway. I can add weather to tell me the weather every day. I can add calendars, I can even add yellow or any photos with the date to add more excitement to my iPad! If you want something else, you can pay! But it is optional.
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