MicroToggles allows you to create widgets with toggles


MicroToggles is a clone app of the Powertoggles open source code that offers the possibility to have widgets on the home screen with switches to activate and deactivate the quick settings of the device.

Google has introduced quick settings toggles to allow users to toggle certain settings on and off on the fly on their devices such as Wi-Fi, flashlight, GPS, tethering, airplane mode etc., however it is still necessary to lower the notification area to discover your favorite toggles or all.

MicroToggles provides switches on any smartphone screen through widgets that allow you to quickly activate and deactivate over 30 toggles that also include those for expert users such as wireless USB debugging, battery information and changing the font size.

The tool allows you to customize the style of the widget, the colors of the buttons, the background and dividers, the position of the widget and organize them in folders. To add a widget, simply search for MicroToggles on the widget screen and drag the preview to a free area of ​​the smartphone screen.

MicroToggles is available for Android free of charge with no in-app purchases, but is currently still under development, so it may have some bugs, plus the Root device for most toggles.

The app asks for permissions to access contacts, location, phone, camera, Wi-Fi connection information, photos, media and files and can be found in the Play Store from Google using the badge you find below. The Android version required for installation varies by device.

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