Review Power Toggles
Fully functional and free power toggle widgets with no ads
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: 28 Jun 2014, tested on ASUS Nexus 7 (2013)
Lots of settings, nice interface, completely free
Could be more modern
Power Toggles for Android is exactly what it sounds like – a widget for all your system power switches.
Power Toggles is actually one of the nicer power toggle widgets I've seen. The app seems very light weight, so it shouldn't impact the battery much. Setting up the widgets and tweaking all the settings is very easy and nicely done. All the menus look good, but are perhaps a little old fashioned. However, the widget itself looks modern and clean.
The setup menus have a host of tweaks. There are tons of presets and color options, but you can change most everything to your liking; including adding and removing custom buttons. Just place one of these on your home screen and you’ll have fast and easy access to your most used system power switches, such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Screen Brightness, Flashlight and more.
I've used many of these power toggle widgets before and what I especially appreciated on this one is the ability to set custom widths and icon sizes of the widget itself. I made my buttons nice and big and the widget extra fat; it just makes it easier to hit all the buttons and it looks stylish and modern.
Power Toggles has some great versatility and looks really good. It’s also competently free without any ads, so there's really no good reason not to get it.