Samsung formally introduces the Good Lock customization app
By Peter K.
Apr 18, 2016, 6:50 AM
Several weeks ago, a rather curious app hit Samsung's Galaxy Apps store. Dubbed Good Lock, it's an advanced System UI that overhauls the notifications pane, the lock screen, and the recent apps menu. It is definitely a far cry from the regular interface that Samsung supplies with its phones, but then again, Good Lock is not intended as a full-scale replacement of TouchWiz.
It's just a nifty app that allows you to customize some crucial interface elements of your phone without having to worry about rooting and flashing suspicious images in recovery mode.
Well, Good Lock is now officially-official and is available for anyone sporting a compatible Samsung device. These are the Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Galaxy S6, S6 edge+, S6 Active, and Galaxy Note 5. You can get it from the Galaxy Apps store, but have in mind it will show up only if you situated in the good ol' US of A, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and South Korea.
In case you want to learn more about Good Lock, you can check out our detailed walkthrough that will show you the ropes on nailing it.
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