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Samsung Good Lock UI APK – Get Crazy Alternative UI for your Galaxy

Samsung smartphones come with customized UI called TouchWiz which hasn’t changed in past couple of years except colors and icons. So, every Galaxy phone we see, the UI looks very similar. Which has now become, really, sort of boring. But there’s something really ‘Good’ that changes the entire UI of your smartphone offering you some freshness. It is ‘Good Lock’ application launched officially by Samsung.

Good Lock UI was launched earlier for only the latest flagship duo, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. But now the company has extended compatibility with some more Galaxy models including Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 Active and Galaxy Note5 (running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS). As of now, the app is only available in Users in United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Korea but you can download its APK file from below, no matter where you are located.

The Good Lock UI lets you customize your phone as per your choice and mood. You can change the lockscreen layout,  App Tray, Lockscreen Widget, background colors, clock and notifications. Using this app you can customize the App Tray with selected productivity app in work hours, and make it switch to social and entertainment apps at evening so that you get exactly what you were looking for. You can also set Recent List with recently used apps, and enjoy faster transition between your applications using the app icon.

There’s lots more you can do with Good Lock. It is available for download from Galaxy Apps in the above mentioned countries for few mentioned smartphones. But if you are out of that and still want to get Fresh look on your Galaxy phone, just get the APK from this page and install it manually. It takes just one click to get files from this website.

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