Does anyone remember what the lock screen looked like on the Motorola Droid or even the HTC G1/Dream? It's rather different from lock screens in Android 4.2, right? Most people like to keep their lock screens clean, but with lock screen widgets being new in Android 4.2 - Jelly Bean, we are seeing more and more people adding content to their lock screen. Of course there's also apps that allow you to change your lock screen. Today a new one launched. The Sulia Quick Launch. It's developed by Conduit, and is free in the Play Store.
Sulia Quick Launch is compatible with devices running Android 2.2 all the way to 4.2. So more than likely your device is compatible. The app changes your lock screen to something, I've never really seen before. But it does look quite nice. Check out the screenshots below to see what I mean.
Sulia's Quick Launch lock screen also displays dynamic content from publishers on your lock screen. So it's using the underutilized prime mobile real estate, since you see your lock screen hundreds of times per day. You can also "fling" through content and interact with images, videos, news and updates straight from your lock screen. Some of the content channels include Politics, technology, sports, entertainment, music, television, movies, fashion, gossip, parenting, home & design, gardening, crafts, and many more.
You can also add your social networks including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and view/share content from those networks very easily. You also have your five most recently used apps on quick launch, as well as a way to quickly turn your phone to silent.
Overall this sounds like a pretty good app, and one that I'm going to have to check out. Be sure to check it out on the Play Store by hitting the button below. It is free, so it's worth a try. It's also important to note that it appears to not work on Tablets. At least for me, installing from the Play Store it will not allow me to install on my Nexus 7 or Nexus 10.
How many of you are going to check out this app? Let us know in the comments below.
Source: Android Spin