Choose THEME PACKS & APP ICONS library to make your own icons, themes, and widgets for all apps on your home screen with different concepts.
Say goodbye to boring app icons and widgets and customize the way they look - now you can pick what they look like. More than 100+ available app icons can be changed freely in terms of shape, color & background with icon changer, instantly change app icon without going setting it manually in shortcut.
The Icon Changer & Widget Themer also allows you to conceptualize your home screen with aesthetic themes for your iOS 14 enabled iPhone.
- App icon changer: choose which app to replace its icon.
- Pick icon changer and designs from a huge library.
- Apply pro themes for iPhone with different concepts and matching Widgets.
- Customize your own app icons with color and background.
- Instant preview how icon looks in home screen.
- Quick and easy, no shortcuts needed.
Make the most out of the new iOS 14 and express yourself uniquely! And customize your home screen and widgets like a pro smith.
• Subscribed user has unlimited access
• Unsubscribed user can only use free features
• User can subscribe weekly (USD $2.99), monthly (USD $9.99), yearly (USD $24.99), auto renewing subscription or lifetime ($29.99) one time payment.
• Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.
• Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
• The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal.
• Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase.
We would love to receive your feedback to improve the app and create themes that you want. Contact us: [email protected]
Ready on iOS15 with new themes, widgets. We made some performance improvements and fixed minor bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
4.3 out of 5
Like it but...
I really like this app. I downloaded it and you are able to add widgets, icon app pictures, and custom apps.
I just wish that most of the items didn’t cost money. If you look closely at the bottom when ur download, there’s a button that says “continue with limited version” I click that and pretty much you don’t get all of the features. You get three free creations that you can make. All the apps in blue are the ones u can use. All the apps in grey are the ones u can’t really download unless you get the premium. What I do however is when I like the app icon and I only get three free ones is a I delete the app(don’t worry it saves what you decorated) Re download it and get more instead of buying premium 😌 it works if ur not trying to waste money on this app. This is my review and I hope this helps anyone looking to get this app ...
Fees, ads, problems
I liked this app, it was useful especially after the icon themer shortcut can’t be users for iOS 14.5 and up.
It has themes and icons that work great. But there’s a monthly premium (can’t blame them for trying to stabilize their business) which puts certain themes behind paywalls, and downloading more than three apps harder with having to watch ads for every free download. The premium isn’t too bad if you can pay for it, but I couldn’t.
The biggest issue though is that there are some apps that don’t work or work funny. I couldn’t get tumblr, and one of my certain weather apps was bugging out. And not to mention that for some reason when you open the messages app through their icons it always makes you start a new conversation instead of just going to the app. The icon themer mentioned before did something similar, but not with every app. It’s a little frustrating to have to wait for the extra shortcut.
Other than that I loved the excess of icons! I was able to make icons that I wouldn’t normally be able to find online/on Pinterest.
It’s really great but definitely not free...
Ok so don’t get me wrong this app looks great and the colors are aesthetic, you can make your own icons and everything but... It’s not free, you have to pay I think 10$ for a week and 20$ for a year. At first I didn’t mind it and I understand you have to make money and they have an advertisement option too so I thought it was fair if I watch 1 ad and then get 1 icon. But the advertisement didn’t work it just said something was wrong and to try again, so I did. It didn’t work I exited the app I restarted my device but nothing worked. I came to a conclusion that you HAVE to pay, they don’t have any free option which I think is ridiculous, and I don’t really want to pay 20$ so I can have and aesthetic Home Screen. I’m not sure if the ad worked for others but I think you should have some sort of free option.
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- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
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How to customise your iPhone home screen with Widgetsmith and Shortcuts
(Pocket-lint) - Apple finally lets iPhone and iPad users customise their home screen, with the release of the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 software updates that arrived in September 2020. The updates introduced the ability to add personalised widgets and even change the look of app icons.
There are examples of users' home screens all over Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, and other social platforms. Just search “#ios14homescreen” to get a taste of what you can do now. But there are a few caveats you should know.
For instance, the process of customising your home screen is anything but quick and seamless. You have to rely on third-party apps and even implement a hacky workaround using Siri Shortcuts. Confused? No worries. We guide you step by step, below.
How to customise your iPhone home screen
Step one: Update your iPhone to iOS 14
- Make sure your iPhone is up to date
Update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS - which is currently iOS 14.4. Here is Apple's support page on how to do that.
Step two: Choose a colour palette or theme
- Find a wallpaper and save it to your camera roll
- Find a coordinating icon pack and save it to your camera roll
Figure out your desired home screen aesthetic. Do you like nude colours? Do you want something more retro? Check out some examples below for inspiration.
As part of this process, you'll want to pick a colour palette or theme, find a wallpaper, and download an icon pack or graphics to replace your apps' existing icon art. We recommend combing through Pinterest, Google images, Etsy, and other resources.
You can go quite simple with this, with a minimalist-yet-lux background image and glittery app icons to pair with it, or you can get complicated and try to do something time-intensive like replicate the PlayStation 2's memory card screen.
Step three: Download Widgetsmith and Shortcuts
You need two apps to help you actually customise your home screen's widgets and apps: Widgetsmith and Shortcuts.
Widgets add quick-access functionality to your home screen, like weather or the calendar at a glance. You'll need Widgetsmith to create a widget with whatever background colour, photo, and font you want. There are alternatives in the App Store, such as Color Widget, but we've used Widgetsmith and can verify it works.
As for Shortcuts, it lets you get automate tasks via apps or by asking Siri. You can also use Shortcuts to create custom app icons. It's been around for a long time, but with the release of iOS 14 and the ability to add widgets to the home screen, many people are now pairing the two functionalities to create a unique home screen.
Step four: Clean your home screen
- Remove all your old apps from the home screen
Once you've got all your materials handy, start cleaning your home screen. Hold down on each app to access a pop-up menu that will let you remove it from your home screen (select Remove app > Move to App Library or Delete app). Do this until your screen is clear. Apple's support page offers more help if you need it.
Step five: Set your new wallpaper
- Go to Settings > Wallpaper > Choose a New Wallpaper
Now we can begin the process of actually creating your new home screen. Let's start by setting that new wallpaper you picked out in step two. Go to Settings > Tap Wallpaper > Tap Choose a New Wallpaper. Apple also has a support page here with more details if you need it.
Step six: Change your app icons
Open the Shortcuts app and follow these steps for every app you want to add to your home screen with a custom icon:
- In the Shortcuts app, hit the + button to create a new shortcut.
- Select Add Action on the next page.
- Search for the "Open App" option and then select it.
- Tap the "i" and then favourite this action for quick access later.
- On the New Shortcut page, tap Choose (next to Open).
- Search and select an app. (Example: Messenger.)
- Tap the three-dot menu in the corner.
- On the Details page, give your shortcut a name or wakephrase for Siri to recognise.
- Tap Add to Home Screen.
- Name your shortcut and then tap the icon thumbnail next to the name you entered.
- You can then take or choose a photo to replace the app's existing icon.
- Select Choose Photo
- From your Camera Roll, select the app icons or graphics you saved earlier.
- You will be asked to frame the shot.
- Preview your changes and tap Add to add the app to your home screen.
- It will be added to your home screen as a bookmark, but it works like an app.
Step seven: Create custom widgets
Open the Widgetsmith app and follow these steps for every custom widget you want to create:
- Pick a small, medium, or large widget to add by hitting the Add button.
- Widgetsmith might show examples. You can swipe to delete or tap to customise.
- Select the widget you just added.
- Tap the Default Widget square below the name to start customising the widget.
- You will see the option to pick a new style, font, tint, and background color.
- Tap the Back button when done sorting through the personalisation options.
- Tap the widget's name at the top to rename it.
- Hit Save to save your changes.
Step eight: Add custom widgets to your home screen
Follow these steps for every custom Widgetsmith widget you want to add to your home screen:
- Go to the left of your home screen, to the Widgets page.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap Edit.
- Tap the "+" button in the corner.
- Search for "Widgetsmith" and select it.
- Tap the size widget you want to add and then select Add Widget.
- While the widget wiggles (if not, hit Edit), hold down and slide it to the home screen.
- If you made more than one widget, hold down on a widget on your screen and Edit it.
- Choose which Widgetsmith widget you want.
Step nine: Arrange your home screen layout
- Put everything where you want it and voila!
So, now you should have a bunch of custom widgets and apps on your home screen. Hold down on one of the widgets, then select Edit Home Screen from the pop-up menu, and while each of your apps and widgets wiggle, slide them around or to your dock until you get the layout you want. Easy peasy!
Are there any caveats you should know?
Thankfully, with the most recent version of iOS 14, Apple removed the biggest 'gothca'. Any shortcut icons used to load the Siri Shortcut interface first, before taking to the app. With iOS 14.4 it doesn't do that, so if you're updated you're good on that front. If you see the Siri Shortcut screen first you're probably still running an older version of software.
Oh, and because you can't see the names of the custom apps you've placed in the dock at the bottom of your phone, you'll have to memorise what you put there, so we suggest using easily recognisable icons for those particular apps.
We should also note Widgetsmith has a $2 monthly subscription fee if you use its premium widgets, like Weather. You also see the "Widgetsmith" name below a widget, even if you pay up. Color Widget is the same, unfortunately. The only other downside to using Widgetsmith and Shortcuts to customise your iPhone home screen? It honestly takes a good couple hours to do. You'd be surprised how time consuming it is, but it's also very fun and creative.
What are the best Widgetsmith alternatives?
If you're looking for more apps like Widgetsmith, you're in luck, as there are quite a few. Here are some popular ones:
Color Widgets lets you add custom widgets directly onto your home screen. Choose from premade widget designs, or make your own with the built-in editor.
Create your own custom widgets with just a few taps. You can combine different "blocks" into widgets, including calendar events, text and images, and more.
For $2, you can create single or combination widgets. There are ones for agendas, health, clock, stat bar, and more. All are customisable to match your theme.
Widgetly lets you create photo widgets, solid background widgets, time display, and step count widgets. You can also create custom app icons for your home screen. Yes, it costs $1, but there are no subscriptions, no hidden costs, and everything is included in the app.
Photo Widget: Simple
Photo Widget lets you make widgets out of images. It supports three sizes, two ratios (1:1 / 2:1), and any number of widgets. You can decorate them, too.
Need some #ios14homescreen inspiration?
Check out these amazing - and sometimes awful - examples of custom-made iPhone home screens:
Want to know more?
We have these other handy guides with more information about the App Library and Widgets:
Writing by Maggie Tillman. Editing by Cam Bunton. Originally published on .
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How to Install Themes on an iPhone
By John Granby
The Apple iPhone allows users to customize many features of the phone including the wallpaper, alert tones and ring tones. However, the standard iPhone, up to iOS 6, does not provide any setting to install a unique theme that would change the font of the text on the iPhone screen nor the icons used for the applications. With a jailbroken iPhone you can install themes to customize your phone so it appears more unique and personalized as compared to your your coworkers' and clients' phones.
Launch Cydia on your iPhone. Cydia is the application repository for jailbroken applications and it is automatically installed when your phone was jailbroken.
Search for "Winterboard" and tap the name in the search results. Tap "Install" then "Confirm." Tap "Restart Springboard" when prompted, which indicates the installation is complete.
Launch Cydia again, since restarting Springboard will put you back at the home screen of your phone.
Tap "Sections," then tap "iThemes." Locate a theme you would like to install and tap the name. Tap "Install" then "Confirm." Tap "Return to Cydia" when prompted, which indicates the theme is downloaded.
Press the home button to return to the iPhone home screen and tap the Winterboard icon. Tap "Select Themes" then tap the name of the theme you want to use and ensure a check mark appears to the left of the theme's name.
Tap the "Winterboard" button at the top left of the screen then tap "Respring." This will now apply the theme you installed to your iPhone.
- The information in this article applies to jailbroken iPhones running up to iOS 6.
- Jailbreaking your iPhone is not supported by Apple and doing so will void the service warranty.
John Granby began his writing career in 2000 as a founding member of a tech industry website targeted at WAP developers. He has provided in-depth coverage of the wireless industry, served as a speaker at several conferences and authored a book on Bluetooth. Granby earned a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from Purdue University.
How to Change the Theme on an iPhone
The iPhone comes with a default theme, but you can change this setting to customize fonts, colors and background images. Themes are a fun way to customize the iPhone according to your taste and preferences. It also lets you read text easier if the default theme font is too small. Several websites and iPhone designers offer free downloads of themes, so you can change the them often until you find one that you prefer.
Click the "Home" button on the iPhone to view the main desktop. Tap the "Apps Installer" icon and then tap "All Packages." A list of packages is displayed.
Click the theme you want to install on the phone. If you do not have a theme, tap the "Search" button at the bottom of the Apps Installer window. Type "themes" and tap "Go." When you find an interesting theme, tap it to install it.
Hold the "Power" button on your iPhone. Power off the phone and turn it back on. When you boot the phone, the new theme displays. Repeat these steps to change to another theme if you decide you don't like the current one.
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Theme change iphone
What is your main goal in acquiring your device? A flawless, cool iPad theme to ignite your experience as a hardcore user? Well, Apple does not offer unlimited customization options even with iOS 14. As a user, you will have to ‘gladly’ exhaust yourself to enjoy your preferred iOS styles.
No worries, mate. You can absolutely ace your goal—without the irony of exhaustion—in just a span of minutes. There are options that you can try to reach your dreams and enjoy that chicky, astrology aesthetic. One of which is downloading as many images as you like from Pinterest; setting your collected photos as your theme. However, it will seem like you are overspending your time, are you? 👀
Hey, own your aesthetic goals by not tiring yourself like that! 🤦 Yup, you can flaunt your Apple phone theme as a pack. In other words, you do not have to come in and out of your plain theme and go to photo apps. You do not even have to suffer from low-quality photos once you crop them for your icons. That’s the best of the best support ScreenKit has to offer!
How do you change your screen theme, then? How can you achieve your minimalist app icons to express your adult side? Grunge wallpapers for your baddie side? How about satisfying photo, clock, or calendar widgets—without excluding the adventure of your device’s capacities? 🤔
Upgrade 💇 To bring the best potential in life, we have to upgrade ourselves. This is similar if you have not updated your iPhone 11 yet. Never ever forget to update into iOS 14 to maximize your phone’s fullest potential! Let yourself indulge with beautiful and colorful themes for iPhone 11. To update, go to ‘Settings’, click ‘General Settings’, and select ‘Software update’. Download and install it, and you’re now on the go.
What’s your style? 🎨 If you want to change your default iPhone theme, plan your palette. What background theme would you like to consider this time? Is it something related to your favorite color? ScreenKit is here to catch your plan in mind. It is a variety of iOS icons that has 500+ themes where you can choose from. Check your ‘Apple Store’ to download this iPhone themes app and start enjoying it!
Set-up 🔧Once you have installed ScreenKit, you are welcome to explore it through opening the application. So name your theme in mind and bring it on actual! Spot the best style your eyes have been aiming for. Do not hesitate to explore its icon and wallpaper packs under your desired theme!
Choose your wallpaper 🏩 Simply open your ScreenKit and spot your desired iPhone theme wallpaper. Savor its style by downloading it on your photo album. Open your ‘Setting’ application and select the ‘Wallpaper’ button. Spot the ‘choose a new wallpaper’ option at the top of your screen. You will be redirected on your photo album. Select which photo best matches your theme and set it as your new home screen wallpaper. One down, few more steps to go!
Change your icons 🌈 Let us take things easy by doing simple but worthwhile things. Select your ScreenKit iOS app icon and navigate your chosen theme (yup, where your current wallpaper came from!) Click ‘Easy Install’ at the bottom part of your screen. In this part, choose your app icons which you would like to install. Press the ‘Change App Icon’ button. At this time, you can name your selected icon whatever you like. Click ‘Change App Icon’ again and you will be redirected to Safari. Click the ‘share’ option at the bottom of your browser page. For the last time, select ‘Change App Icon’, and viola. You are one step closer to your dream iPhone theme!
Select widgets 💡 The fun is not yet over, buddy! To ace that aesthetic home screen theme, add some widgets and change its color. This is to extend the aesthetic display on your home screen and help you remember the exact date of your birthday (Kidding!). Own your iPhone themes by customizing your widgets!
Do you prefer a white color widget under your black and white theme? No one is blocking you to do so! Start by doing our magic formula: press and hold the blank space on your screen. Wait for the icons to jiggle. Do not forget to tap the add button icon and select our ScreenKit widget at the moment. Be more eager as you select which size do you prefer, then click ‘Add Widget’. Welp—that will be the default color! To change it, repeat the former steps and select your ScreenKit widget. Tap ‘choose’ beside the ‘style’ bar, and select which specific widget would you like to choose from various themes. There you go! You are now ready to exhibit your widgets with your aesthetic wallpapers and app icons! 🤳
As you see, iPhone themes can be frustrating to match. It is more excruciating if you are doing it in manual mode; it is just too much work. Also, you will have to deal with the stress of indecisiveness, poor quality photos, and it will cost your time. 🤗🤗
Even if there are customization hacks that can be found on the internet, we know that it is not satisfying. All of us have to engage with our iPhones and iPads on challenging days. Admit it or not, the visuals of our screen affects our outlook in life—why ignore it? If we are looking for a certain thing that can boost our creativity and productivity, styling our iPhone will cause us no harm. We have our different aesthetic vibes to express whether we are studying, working, or hanging-out. So, why not squeeze that vibrant personality you have into your theme? 😉😉😉
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How To: Change the Color Theme of Any App Interface on Your iPhone — Without Affecting the Rest of iOS
Few apps on the iPhone give you ways to change their color scheme aside from Dark Mode in iOS 13 and later, but that doesn't mean you can't give an app a new color theme or filtered look. With the Shortcuts app in iOS 14 and later, it's totally possible, and it'll work in practically any app.
For example, if you're tired of the same old dark theme that Apple's Calculator app has sported since iOS 11, which is pretty much the same color scheme it had since its inception, you can give it a new look. To perform this magic, we'll be utilizing some Accessibility settings to invert or filter the interface.
Changing an App's Color Without Shortcuts
Without the Shortcuts app, you can still change an app's color theme fairly easily using the Accessibility Shortcut. And you'll have more options to do so.
For instance, if you wanted an app to use the Classic Invert theme, you can set that to work with the triple-click Accessibility Shortcut on your iPhone so that any time you triple-clicked the Side or Home button in an app, it would turn Classic Invert on. Then, you would just triple-click again to turn it off when you're done so it won't affect the rest of your system.
You could also use the triple-click Accessibility Shortcut to add a color filter to any app. First, you would go to Settings –> Accessibility –> Display & Text Size –> Color Filters. Toggle Color Filters on, then choose between Grayscale, Red/Green, Green/Red, or Blue/Yellow filters. You can also choose Color Tint and choose a specific Hue and Intensity that looks good in the app in question.
You can then toggle it off, set it to work with the Accessibility Shortcut, then triple-click in the app to turn it on or off.
The Accessibility Shortcut can also be set to use Reduce White Point (which can make the whites less bright), Smart Invert, Zoom (which can lower the brightness of the display), Reduce Transparency, and Increase Contrast.
If you don't want to triple-click anything, you can set Classic Invert, Smart Invert, Zoom, or Accessibility Shortcut (which can be any of the triple-click gestures mentioned above) to either a double-tap or triple-tap of the back of your iPhone 8 or later.
Automating the Color Change in a Shortcut
If you want to change the look and feel of a particular app, you can automate it so that whenever you open the app, it turns on, and whenever you close the app, it turns back off.
Right now, the built-in actions only let you use Classic Invert, Smart Invert, Increase Contrast, White Point, Reduce Transparency, Zoom, Dark Mode, and Light Mode, so there is no way to get it working with Color Filters at the moment. However, you can use Zoom to apply filters such as Grayscale, Grayscale Inverted, and Low Light, which is the next best thing.
In the Shortcuts app, tap "Automation" at the bottom. Then, tap "Create Personal Automation." If you don't see that, tap the plus (+) icon first to find it. Next, select "App."
Tap "Choose" next to App, then pick the app you want to change the theme of. In my case, that's Calculator. Tap "Done."
Now, make sure "Is Opened" and "Is Closed" are both checked, and hit "Next."
Tap "Add Action" on the workflow screen, then find the action you want to use. For me, I want to use "Set Classic Invert," but you can use another action. Options include but aren't limited to:
- Set Classic Invert
- Set Increase Contrast
- Set Light/Dark Mode
- Set Reduce Transparency
- Set Smart Invert
- Set White Point
- Set Zoom
In the action's card, tap "Turn" and set it to "Toggle" instead, then hit "Next."
Now, toggle off the "Ask Before Running" switch and confirm with "Don't Ask" on the prompt. Tap "Done," and that's it.
Now all that's left to do is open the app in question to see how it works. Whenever you open it, it should toggle on Classic Invert or whatever you chose, and when you leave the app, it should turn it back off.
Hopefully, future editions of Shortcuts will include actions for "Set Color Filter" or "Set Back Tap" or "Set Accessibility Shortcut" so that there are more options to choose from when it comes to theming apps. Consider sending feedback to Apple to request these features.
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