This after-market firmware is based on Android, but offers a few features not found in the standard Android software. It offers support for various themes, the ability to browse the web in incognito mode, and the ability to use gestures on the lock screen.
We really like the community-maintained collection of smartphone home screen images at MyColorScreen. The site lets you sort images by date added and popularity, and it features an especially cool image each day.
You might find the icons on your phone boring. If that's the case, switch them out for sharp new images that keep you interested.
5.Get some customizable widgets
Widgets display different pieces of data on your home screen, but they don't have to be clunky-looking. Check out a few of these gorgeous widgets to keep your home screen looking beautiful.
Desktop Visualizer lets you use custom images to create shortcuts. For example, use the Google logo to create a shortcut that immediately open your web browser to Google.com. Minimalistic Text displays information about time, date, and battery usage using (you guessed it) minimalist-style text.
Aiming for a retro or ironic style? Why not turn your state-of-the-art smartphone into a dated rotary phone with dialR?
7.Change the launcher
Using a custom launcher lets you change grid size, modify icons, or remove the dock if you want. We like a free and popular launcher calledLauncherPro
8.Use a cool theme
You can use an app like N3xGen Theme Manager to trick out your phone with a singular unified look. Browse different themes inside the app, select the one you want, and you're good to go.