Alternatives to MySettings for all platforms with any license





Other Platforms

  • Torch icon


    Torch is an open source utility which uses your device's LED camera flash as an LED flashlight. For devices without a camera...

    Open Source Android

  • SBSettings icon


    Access the important settings and functions of your jailbroken iPhone/iPod Touch directly on your homescreen, or even on a running...

    Free iPhone iPad

  • Quick Settings icon

    Quick Settings

    Quick Settings for Android gives you control over 12 frequently used settings like brightness, ringer type, volume control, WiFi...

    Free Android

  • SwitchPro Widget icon

    SwitchPro Widget

    Description Many people are still in use, a veteran of the system switch/toggle widget. It is small, elegant, easy to use. no...

    Commercial Android

  • NEC Brightness Controller icon

    NEC Brightness Controller Discontinued

    Brightness Controller easily allows windows users to set the brightness level of your LCD screen (It is very useful when your screen...

    Free Windows

  • NCSettings icon


    NCSettings is a stylish Notification Center toggle widget for jailbroken iPhones. Designed with simplicity and efficiency in mind, it...

    Free iPhone iPad

  • Homescreen Settings icon

    Homescreen Settings

    Add any settings icon to your homescreen with Homescreen Settings. When you enter the Settings app on your jailbroken iPhone, iPod, or...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • AppControl  icon


    Easy to use and extremely fast application manager. Allows you to manage Applications and Widgets on your phone. Backup and restore...

    Commercial Android

  • Toggle Settings icon

    Toggle Settings

    Toggle Settings allows you to quickly change the most important settings on your phone quickly and easily.

    Free Android

MySettings Comments

Get The Paid Version or Stay Away!

Comment by TastyWheat
about MySettings and Power Control Plus, Elixir 2 Mar 2012

I used the free version for a long time and I didn't mind the ads. Eventually I might have even bought the full version. Some months ago the free version started using push notification advertising (i.e. ads are placed in your notification bar). It's practically a virus at this point and I wouldn't even get their paid version if it was 1 penny!

The original reason I liked this app was because it wasn't a widget and I've understood that widgets use more CPU time (i.e. they drain the battery faster). As for widget-based alternatives though, Elixir and Power Control are nice.