How to change Android Lockscreen


Are you bored of the lock screen which comes built in to your Android phone yet?  If you want to change that then you need to get an app There are various such apps available in the Android Market; such as:

LockBot

LockBot

LockBot is one of the most comprehensive lock screen apps available for Android phones. The app has some amazing features to offer. However the app still needs some finishing and lacks quality at present.
In the free version you get three lock screens: iPhone, Hero and Eclair styles. The pro version has Froyo, X10 and Galaxy styles. Also in the Pro version you can access the theme gallery and choose from the various themes available there.
You can either select either one particular lock screen type or more than one style. When you select more than one style the lock screens will change each time you lock your phone. The app also allows you to edit the clock and backgrounds of each lock screen.
Overall, it is a nice app; however, it’s priced at $3.49, which is very high compared to the rates of other similar lockscreen apps.
Market link: LockBot
Price: $3.49 (Free version is also available)
Rating: 7 out of 10


myLock Utilities



myLock is an app that allows you to bypass the lock screen. Using this app lets you unlock the phone by only pressing the power button. Thus eliminating the need to draw patterns or slide a bar.
It is a very simple app and works perfectly.
Market Link: myLock
Price: Free
Rating: 7 out of 10

WidgetLocker



WidgetLocker gives you the total control of the look, feel and layout of your lock screen. You can choose the widgets and shortcuts  you to place on your lockscreen, allowing you to access them directly from it.
A unique feature of this app is the custom sliders. These sliders can be used to do a particular function like open the dialer or turn on the flashlight. This feature makes this app stand out from the rest of the lockscreen apps.
Market Link: WidgetLocker
Price: $1.99
Rating: 9 out of 10


WP7 Lock

WP7 Lock is currently available for free as a lite version. Customization features are not yet available in the app, but the app works fine and brings to your Android a lock screen very similar to that available on phones running Windows Phone 7. It shows the message and email count, and also the number of missed calls (if any).
Market Link: WP7 Lock
Price: Free
Rating: 6 out of 10



LockMenu


This app is similar to WidgetLocker, using custom sliders. You can set each of the sliders to perform a specified function. The app is currently available for free, but has an advertisement banner at the bottom of the lockscreen.
Market Link: LockMenu
Price: Free
Rating: 8 out of 10

Screen Suite


This is a very well-built lock screen replacement app. Yes, it has an iPhone style unlock slide bar, but it puts an Android twist on it. It also includes a contact card in case you lost your phone.
This app gives you three lock screens; one displays owner information, the second displays the date and time, and the third shows the battery level. You have an option to choose between iPhone and Android Bot style slider.
Overall, a very nice app and definitely worth the money.
Market Link: Screen Suite
Price: $1.99
Rating: 9 out of 10

GOTO Lockscreen


This lockscreen has a very different design and definitely stands out from the others. The lockscreen slider has four icons: Messaging, Call Log, Gmail, and Unlock.  When you move the slider arrow over an icon, you get a preview; when you release the arrow you are taken directly to the app.
The lockscreen also displays the number of new SMS messages over the text message icon and unread email over the Gmail inbox icon.

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