Widgets for iOS 14


If you’re looking to add functionality to your iPhone, there are a few ways you can do so. For starters, you can use apps that allow you to create widgets. These widgets can be added to your home screen or any part of your device.

Fantastical Widget

Fantastical Widget is a nifty app for your iPhone that has a lot of different features. It helps you keep track of your events, weather, and more. The app also has a share extension that lets you create events in other apps.

Fantastical has one of the largest lists of widgets, and you can find a variety of them on your home screen. You can customize your widgets to display the information you want, or simply hide them if you don’t need them.

The widgets can be customized to show the weather, date, or an in-depth agenda. You can also add widgets to your lock screen. All of them are designed to be useful and easy to use.

In addition to Fantastical’s native widgets, you can add third-party widgets as well. For instance, you can add a Google widget. With this widget, you can customize the color, border, and font.

Another fantastic feature of the Fantastical widget is its natural language engine. This helps it parse text and turn it into events. By tapping a specific event, you can then choose from a number of different views.

Smart Stack

Widgets for iOS 14 are more than just a pretty face. They’re an essential part of the Home Screen experience, and there are many ways to make use of them. For example, you can add widgets to a Smart Stack, or change the order in which you display them.

Apple’s signature widget, the Smart Stack, can be used to surface the right widget at the right time. It surfaces widgets based on device activity, location, and time. You can also customize the Smart Stack by long-pressing a widget and choosing to rotate it or remove it from the stack.

There are three different types of Smart Stacks, each with its own features. A small stack takes up four icon spaces, a medium stack takes up eight, and a large stack takes up sixteen.

To add a Smart Stack, you’ll need to first long-press the app icon on your home screen. When you do, a pop-up menu will appear. Tap on Edit Home Screen to see your options.


Widgetsmith is a home screen widget application that lets you create custom widgets for your iPhone. It is one of the most popular apps in the App Store, with a 4.6 rating and 53K positive reviews. The application is free, but you can also opt for a subscription that costs $2 per month.

Widgetsmith is used to customize the look and feel of your Home Screen, lock screen, and Activity Ring. You can choose a background color, font style, and tint. It can display photos, astronomical readings, and more.

Widgetsmith allows you to program widgets that are timed. This means that a specific widget will appear at a specified time each day. Timed widgets can be set to show for three hours, an hour, or even an hour and a half.

Once you’ve selected a theme and widget size, Widgetsmith will add a widget to your Home Screen. This widget can be rearranged during the day, and it can also display photos, astronomical readings, the current date, and the progress of your Activity Ring.


For users who want to add a note to the home screen, the new iOS 14 update allows them to create Noted widgets. The app includes a rich text editor and Apple Pencil support. It also allows for audio notes for clear playback.

Users can customize the text, color, and fonts, and they can change the color of the background. There are a number of formatting options that include lists, heading styles, and bold. If you want to remove the widget from your Home Screen, you can do so by long-pressing on the note.

Users can also choose the size of the widget. The size can be large, medium, or small. You can set the widget to be the entire length of the note, or it can be a section of the note.

Widgets can also show up-to-date information. These can be used to keep track of Wi-Fi and cellular data network status, as well as show the latest news and weather.

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