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Good Lock 2021 arrives earlier than expected, with a colorful new design and One UI 3 support (APK Download)

Good Lock 2021 arrives earlier than expected, with a colorful new design and One UI 3 support (APK Download)

When a new version of One UI is released, it often breaks compatibility with certain Good Lock modules until they themselves can be updated. Last year Samsung refreshed (almost) all of the Good Lock modules at once in what it called the "2020" update, and the company was set to do the same thing next month. Today, several weeks ahead of schedule, Samsung has started to distribute Good Lock 2021, bringing all-new features and restoring some old ones.

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Samsung Good Lock 2020 arrives (Update: NavStar update) (APK Downloads)

Samsung Good Lock 2020 arrives (Update: NavStar update) (APK Downloads)

Good Lock is an ever-popular way of customizing your Samsung smartphone and, as promised, it received a major update today that brings support for Android 10 and One UI 2.0. Until now, users who upgraded to the latest OS version haven't been able to make use of Good Lock, which apparently needed to be completely reworked.

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Samsung Good Lock adds Nice Catch, a tool that provides a detailed history of app actions on your phone [APK Download]

Samsung Good Lock adds Nice Catch, a tool that provides a detailed history of app actions on your phone [APK Download]

Samsung has been steadily building up the tool library for its Good Lock 2018 customization app since it arrived in June of this year. From replacing your navigation buttons with adorable little animal emoji to split-screen multitasking that improves Android's native implementation, Good Lock offers an impressive array of customization apps for Samsung users. Now, an app called Nice Catch has joined the Good Lock library, offering a vigilant digital watchman of your apps and what they're up to when you're not looking - but unfortunately committing an embarrassing security gaffe itself in the process.

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