Change Navigation Bar Color to Any color on Android using Navbar Apps

Customization has always been one of the most greatest features of Android. And app developers surprises us every then & now with new customization options on Android that works without root access.

A recently released app on the Play Store Navbar Apps let’s you change the color of Navigation bar on your Android device to any color you want OR automagically match it to colors of the current app opened on the device. And it does it without requiring root access.

There is even option to show available battery power on the navigation bar. But the feature we like the most is image support on the navigation bar.

You can set patterns or images on the navigation bar that either completely replaces the bar’s color OR put a pattern on the existing navbar color which is set to automatically change with app OR set to a preferred single color (OS wide). As for the choices, the developer has packed some great looking images and patterns with the app, and if you want more, there’s a premium section as well.

[icon name=”cloud-download” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Download Navbar Apps (play store)

Download & install Navbar Apps app from the Play Store (link above), run the app on your Android device and see for yourself the awesome flowing through it.

Note: You need an Android device running on Android 5.0 Lollipop and above versions of Android to be able to use Navbar Apps.

Happy Androiding!

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Shivam Malani

Shivam is our resident designer and web developer who also enjoys writing. He loves to meditate, drive on the freeways and hunt for snipers during his Call Of Duty playtime. Email: [email protected]

2 Comments

  1. My nagar color got stuck. Waiting for help.

  2. My nagar color got stuck. Waiting for help.

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