Alternatives to NCSettings for all platforms with any license

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  • SBSettings icon

    SBSettings

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

    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, network data (on/off & 2G/3G...

    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 background services, no network access...

    Commercial Android

  • 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 iPad, you can add any preferences...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

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    AppControl

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

    Commercial Android

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  • Polus

    adds toggles and app launching icon customization to the control center.

    Commercial iPhone iPad

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    MySettings

    Do you often change different frequently used system settings? Then, MySettings is for you. It’s beautiful tool that allows you quickly enable or disable different...

    Free Android

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NCSettings Comments

I actually like this better than SBSettings

about NCSettings · ·

SBSettings has more features than NCSettings, but it doesn't look nearly as good. Green and red buttons on top of linen? Yuck. But seriously, NCSettings is more than enough for me, and it isn't an eyesore like SBSettings.

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