A new customized service is on its way for Google Nexus 5 smartphone owners. Called “Google Workshop,” it is a new tool that offers consumers the chance to get creative with their phone’s design. Also Read - Snapchat launches new Creator Hub to educate users about its creative tools
The device lets people take customization to the next level by using a geographic location to create a case or live wallpaper, media reports said. You can pick a place on a map to generate a design and it can be augmented with splashes of color and text. Also Read - Best laptops under Rs 35,000 in October 2021: Asus VivoBook 15, Avita PURA, more
“The other customization service is called ‘Moments’ and lets Nexus 5 users upload images that can be incorporated in the wallpaper or in the phone’s case design,” AndroidPolice reported. Currently, the feature is called MapMe. Also Read - Apple beats Xiaomi to regain second position in global smartphone market, Samsung remains at top
When used to create live homescreen wallpaper, it will also automatically integrate live weather data and tweets relating to the location, reports added.