Alright, Guys! In this article, I’m going to show you 12 of the Greatest Android mods which have come across all year. Yes, you got it Best of the Best Android Mods. With the help of Android Mod, you can customize your Android Interface and expand features of Android. Most of the given Mods doesn’t require Root but granting root access may unlock more features of Mods. I think you’re going to like these mods. So let’s get right into it first up:
We’ve got JB Lock Now, which allows you to hold down your home button to turn your screen off. Pretty useful if your device is on a table or just in an awkward position, and you don’t need to root your phone to use this.
Volume Control is a handy little bar that hides just above your navigation keys, and when you use it, it adjusts the overall volume. Not only notification volume and not just media volume all of it to me, but this is also better than the way Android traditionally handles the volume. If you’re watching a video on the low volume, you probably also want any message notifications to be on low volume.
Substratum is a powerful customization tool but one that would generally need your phone to be rooted. But there is a workaround called Andromeda. Which I’ve used on my note 9 to get it working without this, and I’ve got to say the flexibility gives you over the way. Your device looks is a lot of fun, for example, as you can see here. You can install a dark mode making all of your menus first-party apps, as well as WhatsApp, goes dark, which not only looks cool but also saves battery on OLED screens because black pixels can be turned off.
Frost is an exciting new way to use Facebook. As you can see, I’ve got a dark mode running on the phone now. But that’s only scratching the surface of the customization on offer here. And the app also automatically removes irrelevant and sponsored posts. Also, this mod allows you to download videos directly.
We’ve seen quite a few different applications like this, but Battery Dash is my number one go-to battery indicator. Once enabled, it creates a little notch in the design of your choice at the top of your display, which shows your battery percentage. The benefit of that is that it can display across any application as well as change color to indicate when you reach specific percentages.
Now this one is really for the people who are using a flagship Samsung smartphone. If you find that you’re a big user of the edge panels, then edge volume control is a bit of a no-brainer. Once you install it, no matter what application you’re using on your smartphone, you just swipe from the right, and you can change all your different volumes separately on the fly. So for the people who hold their smartphones in the bottom right as I do. This mod stops you from having to reach up for the volume buttons.
This Android Mod-EQFY is a brilliant one of my favorites on this list. It is a global equalizer for your smartphone; it works on Spotify too. And all I did was drag up the bass and the mid sliders to compensate for the high pitch speaker output on most phones.
This Mod allows you to remain well just that if you’re the kind of person who wants to read your incoming messages straight away without the pressure of feeling like you need to reply. Then once installed, unseen will collate all your messages from all your social media. And allow you to view them here without alerting the other person.
This MOD is for someone who loves to work quickly and get things done on time. I appreciated Talk Faster. It’s a plug-in for WhatsApp that allows you to adjust the speed at which voice messages playback. All you need to do when someone sends your voice message is to hit the share button and then share it with the application. And little pop-up will appear, which allows you to play it faster or even slower and with the option to skip silences.
This Mod is For those of you who aren’t massive fans of Google assistant. This mod is a way to get some slightly different functionality out of it. Once enabled, it allows you to remap the action that would have previously bought up the Google assistant to quite a few other different things. For example, you could make it turn the flashlight on, or you could use it as a shortcut to open up any one of the applications installed on your phone.
Also, a Touch Bar is something that I could only get working on about 50% of the phones. I tried it on, but when it works, it’s quite a neat solution to making a lot of the commands, which are typically at the top of the screen, much more reachable. It’s inspired by the MacBook Pro touch bar, which means you’ve got the volume you’ve got the brightness. Also, you’ve got all your quick settings as well as things like airplane mode, even cellular data.
Then we’ve got AudiFY. A way to get your smartphone to read out notifications for you. It’s pretty handy if you’re trying to watch a video or listen to music while at the same time making sure you’re keeping up-to-date. What I would say though is the while it’s great at reading out short WhatsApp messages. It’s slightly less efficient when it comes to Amazon order receipts that might come to your email. But you can set it up accordingly.
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