1. Control Center
One of iOS 7’s biggest achievements, Control Center, finally lets iPhone owners do things like toggle Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, adjust brightness, and control music playback. There are also shortcuts to the flashlight, clock, calculator, and camera. All it takes is a swipe up from the bottom edge of any screen.
Yep, got it: Android users can access their own “control center” with a swipe down from the top of any screen, with access to the aforementioned settings shortcuts, and brightness control. When music’s playing, playback controls appear as a static notification.
As for the app shortcuts, 1Tap QuickBar will do the trick. With it, you can place any app icons in your notification shade, plus other shortcuts, like a new text to a favorite contact or even a direct dial.