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Old December 16th, 2012, 04:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is anyone aware of a widget that would include weather, date-time, perhaps news and Google calendar?

I've used the usual; Fancy, Beautiful, etc. and even Glass Widgets. They all do what they do well, but they just miss the mark for what I want.

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Try the "All-In-One Widget" from the play store. It's free of cost.
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Pretty nice, but still misses the mark. I'm thinking this just doesn't exist.
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You might be better off combing two, and then resizing them to fit your screen. Doesn't Android still have a "news and weather" widget? You could then find one or two that make up the difference....
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You could also take a peak at this launcher
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What's the difference in "all in one" and 2 or 3 separate widgets? If you want them all to look similar in theme, you might try: Glass Widgets
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As a Kickstarter backer of Chameleon launcher, I'd advise against it. In my opinion it does less that a standard launcher and costs more (greater than $0). Anything else would be better.
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Oh I don't use it, but thought OP might find it helpful
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Thanks for all your suggestions. I've tried most of these. Perhaps I need to develop.
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