Lock Screen Widgets, as the name indicates, is an Xposed Module that allows you to add widgets to your lock screen. XDA Member SergioSanchezR, the developer responsible for Lock Screen Widgets, bundled the application with certain standard lock screen modifications, and some”bonus” modifications as well.
The standard modifications
Among the standard modifications are mods to change the top padding for the notifications displayed on the lock screen, hide the date and/or clock, hide the status bar, and hide the “upcoming alarms” list.
In addition, one can add any number of widgets to the lock screen. These widgets are the same widgets that can be added to your home screen launcher, though take note that your lock screen has much less room to work with. Each widget has their own horizontal space and all the widgets are tiled vertically right above the clock on the lock screen.
Once you’ve added a widget, there are a few options for each individual widget you can peruse. For instance, you can make the widget a clickable instance, edit and change the sizes, and change the gravity, and change the padding as well.
The “bonus” modifications
One can utilize the mods in this section to change the background color of notifications, hide the bottom bar off of the lock screen altogether, and set a custom value for the container’s gravity—moving it to either the top or the very bottom.