Settings Pages for iPhone and iPad Apps

Featured Image credit to Jackie Tran

Mobile applications today are often coupled with a series of internal page views. These can include login/register pages for accounts, but also settings for application defaults. iOS apps without user account functionality may still use a settings view for the UI color, display effects, and default badge notifications.

These settings pages often contain very handy input UI fields. Think of sliders, switches, buttons, toggles, and lots of other cool features. I have collected a series of these interfaces within the showcase below. Check out some of these inspiring examples which are perfect for any iOS application designer.

Retina Settings

On/Off Switches

Settings Callout UI

Dark Settings View

Mobile Toggle Switches

iPad Settings

Mobile Settings

Clean Settings Toggle

Some More Settings

Tea App Settings

iOS Preferences

iPhone Popover

Filter & Settings

Basic Settings

App Settings Interface Concept

Green Settings

Crazy App Settings

Settings Board

Settings Toggle

Another Settings Page

Options “Done” Button

Minimal Settings UI

Update Settings

Noteworthy Settings UI

Settings for iOS

About the Author: Kalen Smith

Kalen is a freelance writer and entrepreneur. He can be found on the web writing about topics including startups and UI design. Check out his other articles through Google or follow his updates on Twitter @engineerbiz.


  1. April 18, 2013
    MAC Design Inc.

    Great post! About Pages for iPhone and iPad Apps & Thanks for sharing.