Read on to find out how you can get iOS 11 Control Center on Any Android Device! Apple’s biggest visual and also functional overhaul with the latest and greatest iOS 11 has been the new Control Center. It not only has a bunch more of toggles to play around with, but also manages to utilize the ‘3D Touch’ functionality a lot better. It is in no shame admitting that for years the Android quick toggles have both been in a terrible place, and always manage to serve less than what they’re capable of.
A developer named LuuTinh decided to evade the same problem once and for all, and now we have a robust working and visually appealing Control Center app for Android as well. This app is named ‘Control Center iOS 11‘ and is available for free on the Google Play Store, that’s right, no money, and no root required for you to try it out!
In the following quick article, we will guide you through some of the app’s best features and will finally leave a download link for you to try it out yourself! Here is How to Get iOS 11 Like Control Center On Any Android Device!
Download Control Center on Any Android Device
Use the following direct link in order to download and install the control center app on your Android device using the Google Play Store. Once downloaded and installed, you will need to grant the app all the permissions it asks for.
[appbox googleplay com.luutinhit.controlcenter]
The app is loaded to the brim with a bunch of useful features. These include the way you trigger the control center. Either by swiping up from the bottom of your screen, or by simply tapping the little grayed out area. You can also change the visual appearance of the control center with options to toggle like the color, size of the icons and the entire UI, add a custom background to meet your visually appealing requirements, and also finally enable or disable a permanent notification badge in your status bar for convenience. Lastly, and what we feel is the best feature of this app is being able to add your favorite apps as a shortcut. This is literally one-upping Apple in its own game.
The app is strikingly similar to the original control center as well, and that’s what makes it the best. You can long-press on any toggle to imitate the 3D Touch functionality and get more options with the same. There’s even a tile for you to control your music, brightness, WiFi, Bluetooth and so much more.
Will this replace your native quick toggles? No, but this sure is worth a try, and who knows, Android might finally take some inspiration from Apple this time around!