Android (rooted): On-screen navigation controls are a great alternative to physical buttons. Xtended Navbar provides easy access to not only home, back and settings buttons, but also music controls and toggles.
Android (rooted): Xposed Framework is one of our favourite ways to personalise our Android phones. Now, the framework is more user-friendly and shows you potential risks with specific mods before you install them. Here’s what’s new.
Dear Lifehacker, I’ve been reading a lot about Android tweaking lately. With tweaks like GravityBox available, is there any advantage to flashing a custom ROM? Wouldn’t it be better to just add the features I want with Xposed?