Android: Control Center is one of the better new additions in iOS 7. If you want something like that on your Android device, Quick Control Panel does it for free and lets you customise it to your liking.
Like iOS’ Control Center, you need to swipe upwards from the bottom edge of the phone to activate the app. The panel has a space for app shortcuts, music playback controls (along with “now playing”), toggles for different services (including Wi-Fi, mobile data, torch and flight mode), and slider bars for brightness, system volume and ringer volume. Along with all this, you also get the current day, date and time as well as your battery status.
The app is quite customisable and you can change almost any design aspect, including installing an icon pack. You can also choose which shortcuts, toggles and other elements to display or turn off.
Quick Control Panel works with some full-screen apps and games, but not all — in my tests, it was inactive on any app or game that defaults to landscape orientation but worked with those that use portrait mode. The free version is loaded with ads but you can remove them by buying the pro version for $1.98.