The customizable lock screen that Google announced during I/O is live in the latest beta version of Android 14. The customizations include clock widgets in different colors and sizes, which can also display weather, day and date. Users can select colors manually or let the system pick colors from the background image.
In addition to adding widgets, users can also select two shortcuts that appear in the lower left and right corners of the lock screen. A handy shortcut could, for example, be the flashlight. The shortcuts are activated by long press, so they are not started accidentally.
Users cannot choose shortcuts completely freely. There are currently seven shortcuts: flashlight, do not disturb, silent mode, camera, QR code scanner, Google Home and Google Wallet. The lock screen customizations are accessed by long-pressing the home screen and selecting “background and appearance” from the menu.
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