Finally, iPhone proprietors can at last alter their home screens with gadgets. (Android clients, don’t hesitate to skip—you all have had this component for quite a long time.)
After you introduce iOS 14, you can deck out your iPhone with new symbols, wallpaper, and gadgets for a completely customized look. Here’s the manner by which to begin.
To start with, you’ll need some new application symbols. You can locate some online via looking for iPhone symbol packs, or by visiting a website like icons8.com. Save the symbols to your camera roll.
At that point head on over to the App Store and download Widgetsmith, which lets you change your iPhone’s text styles and tones, and Apple’s Shortcuts application (in the event that you don’t as of now have it), which is the place things begin to get a little…. complicated.
You need to make easy routes from your new application symbols to the applications themselves. Inside the Shortcuts application, hit the in addition to sign in the upper right corner.
At that point tap Add Action and select Scripting. From that point, pick the Open App order, at that point pick the application you need to open. Hit the three dabs and select Add to Home Screen.
From here, write the name of the application and hit the symbol picture to one side. Select the Choose Photo alternative to open up your Camera Roll and select that symbol you decided for this specific application in step one.
Unfortunately, you need to rehash this cycle for each new application symbol. To get rid of the old application symbols, long-press your home screen to send them to the App Library.
Making shortcuts from new symbols to applications will slow down application loading times and furthermore keep you from viewing notification badges.
Also, as should be obvious from the video over, this cycle is time-consuming, no doubt. However, in the event that you need your iPhone to mirror your actual soul, it may worth the hours it takes to completely trick out your home screen.