Xposed Frameworks is one such application which has the ability to change or modifying or add features that doesn’t exists or allow us to do to our System UI and that too without effecting the Operating System. For example: In Nexus devices we don’t have the ability to change the standard navigation bar but with Xposed we can port those back, home and recent apps with a different icons set. Xposed also allows us to customize all those annoying apps that appear under “share with” and “open with”, ads in Youtube, Pop-ups in chrome that pops while downloading an apk or any other application and many more.
This is nothing but tweaking your System UI though the features may seem small but matters a lot at times when needed and shows a drastic increase in performance and battery when enabled. The above examples are just modules. Actually, here what we need is an application called Xposed frameworks which requires Root permissions. Next comes the modules, these could be considered as plugins. Just like chrome extensions, without chrome we cant use those extensions on store. The same implies here without Xposed the modules won’t work. There are number of modules available for download. Every module has their own unique feature and functionality.