Zooper Widget

Zooper Widget

Zooper Widget

– Sample templates included, no need to download anything else
– Some custom fonts already included, additional can be added on sdcard/fonts
– Create your templates easily, no functional limit, WYSIWYG editor
– Build your style and change everything, color, text, shapes, position and more
– Completely customizable date and time (day of the year, week number, number to text…)
– Battery info (remaining time, percentage, temperature, voltage)
– World clock (multiple timezones on the same widget)
– Weather with two days forecast even for multiple locations on same widget
– Calendar info with free customization
– System info, like uptime, next alarm, SD card space
– WiFi network name, cell operator, signal strenght
– Sunrise, Sunset and Astrological Nautical or Civil twilight
– Moon Rise, Set and Illumination percentage
– Series for days, months and more
– Tasker integration (see website)
– Jelly Bean MR1 lock screen support

Google Play Link (Free)

– No Ads
– Widget on tap action / config lock (and “module” click action)
– Save your templates

Google Play Link (Paid) £0.99


The reason I love Android so much is the customization. Be it wallpaper packs, killer icons or awesome themes. Add into the mix highly editable widgets, with clocks, weather, time and location all rolled into one but easy to configure, this application is a winner. Not as daunting as other widget makers like UCCW but a few more editable options than Beautiful Widgets. Zooper really is a worthwhile download. And go Pro for a pound. (Support your developers)

Google Play links are provided above, as usual. If you’re looking for something a little different to make your home screen stand out. This app is for you.


Here’s my effort. Promise not to spam the site with my #ScreenShotSpam. That’s what I do on my Google Plus personal account. 😛

Zooper Widget in use.

Zooper Widget in use.

Chief Editor of DroidHorizon. I own a few different devices at the minute and enjoy writing reviews and sharing what I think is cool. You can often find me playing Playstation 4 or sprawled across the couch with headphones on (maybe with a nice beer or gin & tonic in-hand)

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