Apple has brought iOS 14 as a free software update to iPhone 6s and later, delivering a major push to the Home Screen with beautifully redesigned widgets and the App Library, new ways to use apps with App Clips, and powerful updates to Messages. Once you install the latest version, just head over to the settings screen and look for the default mail app section.
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To add Gmail to one's dock, one simply needs to tap and hold the Gmail app icon before dragging and releasing it on the dock.
Once Gmail is found, select it from the list.
The new component is accessible as a switch in Control Center; however, it requires a developer beta of iOS 14.2 on the off chance that you need to attempt it at this moment.
If you've already installed iOS 14 on your phone, you can locate the "back tap" feature by clicking "settings" followed by "accessibility" and finally "touch".
Technically speaking, the app icons you create won't be truly transparent as the app icons will be solid images. On an iPhone, a widget can be placed anywhere on the Home screen. Next, tap the "New Shortcut" text next to it to name the shortcut.
And this is the bit that actually made me want to die: Changing the app icons themselves. Once this is done, hit the three dot button and select Add to Home Screen. Its app offers both Apple Music and Spotify widgets for showing off favorite music on your homescreen. Instead, what you've done is create a shortcut to that app with its own custom icon and placed that shortcut on your home screen. Once downloaded, you can open up the app and create any kinds of widgets you like: either simple ones, such as static photos, or more complicated ones offering detailed data taken from your phone.
The Launcher 5 lets you set custom icons for every action.
Creating transparent looking apps on iOS 14 is not impossible but it is a long and fiddly process.
App icon shortcuts will not show badges.
Tap the default app icon and browse for your new app icon, be it in the Photos app or in Files.