[su_quote cite=”Google Play”]Muviz is a first of its kind app that displays a Music Visualizer on your Phone’s Navigation Bar while you are listening to your favorite music from your favorite apps[/su_quote]
If you are a fan of Android customizations, you must always be having a tough time customizing your navigation bar or the Navbar. The biggest problem with Navbar customizations is that it requires a root access most of the times.
While there is a bunch of Android lovers who don’t hesitate to root their Android devices, the majority just prefers to stay aloof from Android rooting as it is still considered that it might potentially brick the device (sigh).
Without debating about whether or not rooting your Android device is a good thing to do or not, let’s talk about Muviz.
Muviz is an Android app dedicated to turning your Android Navbar into a music visualizer whenever you are playing any music.
There are two things which make this app an excellent choice for a Navbar customization app:
- Muviz does not require a root access
- Even the smartphones which do not have an on-screen Navbar can make use of Muviz
Therefore, if you are not a big fan of rooting your smartphone, you can make use of Muviz to customize your Navbar and give it an amazing and refreshing new look.
Features of Muviz App
- It works on any device – with or without an on-screen Navbar
- Displays visualizer over videos as well making youtube videos so much more enjoyable
- A plethora of design options with a catalog which updates daily
- You can even create your own designs for the visualizer
- Cross device synchronization
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Muviz is a state of the art Android app which is flawless. It will take your smartphone’s looks to a whole new level.
If you want to get the Muviz app, it is available free of cost at the Play Store. You can download it from the button below:
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In case you want to customize your Android even more, you can make use of the new XDA Feed app.