There’s a growing sentiment around the web that when it comes to Android, stock is best. Many people prefer the clean look of Google’s vision for Android, but manufacturers like LG will add features and themes on top of this base to differentiate themselves from the pack. But these OEM skins, as they’re called, aren’t always as overbearing as you might think.

The skin used by LG devices is known as LG UX, and it made its debut all the way back on the LG G4. Before that, it was known as Optimus UI, so it’s had plenty of time to grow — now it’s actually a pretty polished interface overall… more


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