True Android fan? XDA must not be a new name for you if you are one. It’s the one stop shop for all the Android candy you want to taste. The best part about XDA is that it’s never idle. There is always something going on. This time, the forum has gifted the Android lovers with an amazing app called the XDA Feed.
XDA Feed is, well, a feed of all the amazing stuff you will find at the XDA website which has been incorporated within an app to give you a better sense of accessibility and personalization.
So, let’s dig down into XDA.
XDA Feed – A fresh feed for the best stuff for your device
The best part about the XDA Feed app is that it’s highly personalized. It means that the feed you would get will be totally related to the device you are using. Therefore, if your smartphone is, say, a Google Pixel, you would be receiving all the latest ROMs, Kernels, apps, articles, themes, and everything else about the Google Pixel, thereby making it all relevant for you.
You can either manually keep on checking the app or you can turn the notifications on to get notified of any new stuff popping up for your device.
What all does the XDA Feed app provide?
There are tons of useful features the app can provide, some of them being:
- Articles – Dedicated to your smartphone
- Threads – Related to your smartphone
- Icon Packs
- And a lot more stuff
Looking for the best wallpapers for your smartphone?
Look no more. The XDA Feed app has the most suitable list of wallpapers which are dedicated to the screen size of your smartphone.
If you tap on a particular wallpaper, the app expands it and shows a grid of related wallpapers under the tag Similar wallpapers you might enjoy.
So far, I have loved the wallpapers which are available on the XDA Feed app and I am pretty sure that you would love them too.
Looking for the best mods for your smartphone?
Look no more. There are tons of mods available on the XDA website which you can get for your Android device. Now, however, you can jump straight to the mods which are compatible with your smartphone from the XDA Feed app and download them right away. Sounds fun right?
The XDA Feed app is still in Beta but it certainly is an app you should not be missing out on if you love Android customizations.
You can get the app from the Play Store or you can download it directly from the button given below.