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With home screen widgets and a macOS version, the ‘Wdgts’ software has been totally rewritten.

In 2014, Wdgts was one of the first applications to add widgets to iOS 8’s Notification Center, allowing users to quickly access a calendar, currency converter, and calculator. Developer Tanmay Sonawane, who previously created the Soor music player, relaunched Wdgts 2 with a new overhaul after seven years.

Widgets were previously confined to the Notification Center in iOS, but with the newest version of the operating system, users may now place widgets on the home screen of their iPhone and iPad. This prompted Sonawane to rewrite the program from the ground up, not only for iOS 15, but also for macOS Monterey.

Wdgts 2 offers more than just the ability to add widgets to your home screen; the software also includes new widgets. In addition to the calculator and currency converter (which now includes Bitcoin), users will discover new features such as Clips, which allows users to rapidly store links or text from the clipboard, and a widget that displays images shot on that day over time.

Wdgts is now accessible for macOS users for the first time. Widgets from the app may be added to the system’s Notification Center as well as the desktop. The program is also compatible with the Music app on macOS, so you can check what music is presently playing without having to open anything.

Wdgts 2 is available for free on the App Store and includes two widgets. To unlock all widgets, you’ll need to pay a $6.99 yearly membership or $9.99 for a lifetime license (for a limited time).

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