The iPhone is an excellent phone with an attractive design. If you are tired of how your Android phone looks or just amazed at how customizable your Android phone is, there are plenty of apps that you can install to make your Android phone look like an iPhone (or any other phone).
The downside to making your Android device look like an iPhone is that you’ll need to use one or more of the various apps we list below.
1. Phone X Launcher iLauncher
To make your Android device look like an iPhone, you’re going to need a launcher, the Phone X launcher to be exact. Right after you install the app, you’ll feel that you’re already looking at an iPhone. The app icons will change to the ones you would see on an iPhone.
If Chrome is your default browser, it will be replaced with the Safari app icon. Don’t get too excited when you press on the Safari icon, though, since Chrome will still be your default browser.
Swipe down from anywhere on your home screen and quickly search for an app or find apps that were recently used. Swipe down from the very top of your display to access the control center.
Go into the launcher’s settings, and you can also modify things such as wallpaper, swipe action, lock screen, app lock, scroll effect, dock, iPhone X notch, and more.
2. iOS 12 Lock Screen
Your iPhone look would not be complete if your lock screen still had an Android look. By adding the iOS12 Lock Screen, your lock screen will leave the Android days behind. With this app, you will see all of your notifications on your new iOS lock screen, not to mention that your text messages and missed calls will also have an iOS look as well.
When you first access the lock screen, you’ll see your notifications. Swipe-right to enter the passcode you hopefully created when you first installed the app.
If not, open the lockscreen app to access its settings. Tap on the set password option, and enter the password twice. Tap on Passcode options to turn your passcode into a custom numeric code, four-digit numeric code, or a six-digit numeric code.
When you swipe left on any notification, the option to clear it will appear to the right of it. If you swipe right on any notification, the option to clear it will appear to the left side of it. In the app’s settings, you can also modify settings that have to do with enabling the fingerprint option, change pass, date format, wallpapers, lock sound, text size, and more.
iMusic – Music Player
Let’s give that music player an iOS look too. The app you’re going to need is iMusic – Music Player for OS 13. With this music player, you can listen to audio files with different formats such as WAV, MP3, AAC, FLAC, 3GP, OGG, and MIDI.
You can also choose from nine music genre presets to choose from such as Hip-Hop, Pop, Dance, Metal, Latin, Classical, etc. The app will divide your music into five distinct tabs such as Music, Playlist, Artist, Album and Genre.
Tap on the three dots at the top-left to access options such as repeat, shuffle, equalizer and more. You can also search for a specific song in the search bar.
iCalendar iOS 13
iCalendar iOS 13 will give you that iOS calendar you’ve always wanted. It is compatible with Google Calendar and has a very simple design. It’s easy to read and will place a dot under the date you have an event recorded.
When you create an event, you can choose what calendar you want to add it to. You can also have the event repeat and add an alert. When you tap on a date where you added an event, the event will be displayed below the calendar. It’s a simple app, but it’s great if that’s exactly what you’re looking for.