Alternatives to MySettings for all platforms with any license

  • 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

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  • Torch

    Torch is an open source utility which uses your device's LED camera flash as an LED flashlight. For devices without a camera flash, Torch will turn the screen white.

    Free Open Source Android

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  • NEC Brightness Controller

    Brightness Controller easily allows windows users to set the brightness level of your LCD screen (It is very useful when your screen doesn't allow settings to be...

    • Discontinued
      Last version, 1.0.0, was released on 2003. It is no more available on the official website, but it can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine. It works on Windows 7 too.

    Free Windows

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  • NCSettings

    NCSettings is a stylish Notification Center toggle widget for jailbroken iPhones. Designed with simplicity and efficiency in mind, it allows quick access to the most...

    Free 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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  • Toggle Settings

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

    Free Android

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MySettings Comments

Get The Paid Version or Stay Away!

Comment by TastyWheat
about MySettings and Power Control Plus, Elixir 2 · Mar 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

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.