In this view, you can see Google’s YouTube widget, which shows the most popular videos, the most discussed ones, and the like. Additional apps will add widgets as they go along. The flip-book-style approach is finger-friendly. I’m hoping that users will get more control over what a widget shows, and that it won’t be determined solely by the app’s developer. Other preinstalled widgets include those for bookmarks, the calendar, contacts, an analog clock, e-mail and Gmail, Google search, the Android Market, music, and a picture frame.