The most recent update of iOS was probably the most anticipated one yet because of the addition of widgets. iPhone users were quick to update their devices with the latest version to customize their homescreens with their own preferred icon designs and themes.
If you're an Android user, however, you'd know that widgets have been a thing on Android phones waaay before Apple upgraded their own OS. But if you can't help but admire the clean and customizable aesthetic of iOS 14, you can actually achieve it with your very own Android phones (without having to switch and shell out a considerable amount of money).
A YouTube channel called Craftistic You by Winnie Lei uploaded a tutorial about giving your Android homescreen an iOS 14 makeover. In her video, Winnie shared that there is an app in the Play Store that allows you to mimic the look of iOS 14 on Android: the Launcher iOS 14, which will let you customize your icons.
Once you've downloaded the app, you are now pretty much free to add as many Picture widgets (which look similar to how widgets look on iOS 14) on your home screen. You can change the Picture widget to any photo from your camera roll and place them anywhere on the screen. Through the Picture widget, you can come up with your own theme per screen and divide your apps into different categories, depending on why and how often you use them. You may also change the designs of your icons and follow your preferred theme. For Winnie, she decided to group her apps based on the subjects she's currently taking in school.
If you're interested in copping this look on your phone, here's Winnie's full walkthrough:
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