Cover, a brand new Android lockscreen first showed itself to the world at the tail end of October. The context-aware lockscreen notes which apps you want to use in specific locations and will present them on your lockscreen.

For example, at home you might want weather, traffic and news but at work you might prefer Google Drive, Linkedin and Twitter. Up until today, Cover was an invite-only beta but is now available for everyone to enjoy on the Play Store.

Cover is the fastest way to get to the right apps at the right time. It’s a smart lockscreen that replaces the standard lockscreen of your Android phone. It’s compatible with almost all launchers. Cover has four main features:
1) The right apps at the right time
2) Peek: quickly see what’s new and launch apps with a swipe
3) Jump directly between apps
4) Smart settings

The app requires Android 4.0.3 and up but appears to only be compatible with specific devices. If you’ve been looking for something new to freshen up your lockscreen Cover is absolutely worth the free download.

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2 Responses to “Cover, the context-aware Android lock screen hits Google Play”

  1. “Up until today, Clever was an invite-only beta but is now available for everyone to enjoy on the Play Store.”

    Think you meant Cover.