As the surfaces of touchpads and touch screens are feature-less, they offer little affordance. To alleviate this, researchers have proposed overlaying touch controls with custom shapes, such as DataTiles. Unfortunately, tiles require space, limiting this approach to tabletop-size devices. In this paper, we explore how to bring custom-shaped physical controls to mobile touch devices. To achieve the required smallness we eliminate tiles—instead users re-shape the device itself. For efficiency, users interact bi-manually: one hand reshapes the device; the other hand operates the resulting widget. We present a prototype that achieves deformability using a bundle of optical fibers, demonstrate an audio player and a simple video game each featuring multiple widgets and demonstrate how to support applications that require re-sponsiveness by adding mechanical wedges and clamps.