Google Play Store is home to tons of applications, and each of us uses a number of them on a daily basis. One of Android’s best features is customizability, and one of the reasons I personally have been using the platform more or less since its inception. There are all sorts of apps that can make you more productive and at the same time make using your phone more pleasant. When I think of customizability, launchers are the first thing that come to mind, but there are all sorts of specific function apps that are available as well, which will let you use content on your phone in a unique way.
The app we’ll talk about today is called ‘Snap – Widget Drawer’, and is definitely a somewhat unique app. So, what is Snap? Well, it’s basically a notification widget drawer, but unlike other similar apps, this application won’t put widgets in your regular notifications drawer so that they don’t interfere with your notifications. Once you fire up Snap you’ll get a separate notification shade in which you’ll find only your widgets, and that’s it. It’s really easy to activate Snap, once you choose the widgets you want, all you need to do is pull down the notification drawer from the upper right corner of your screen (this is customizable), and you’ll be able to access Snap without a problem. This way, you can access your widgets from pretty much every app without needing to go back to the home screen where your widgets are placed. If you include scrollable widgets in Snap, you’ll be able to scroll through the content by using two finger swipes, which can be useful.
Snap actually offers a couple of options on the inside, some of which we’ve mentioned above. If you’d like to get a better idea how this app looks like / functions, check out the gallery and video down below. Snap actually seems like a rather useful app, especially if you tend to use your widgets frequently from pretty much every app. The Snap – Widget Drawer app is completely free to use, though it contains in-app purchases (remove ads, unlock unlimited widgets functionality, and so on). If you’d like to try out this app, click the Google Play banner down below.