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Old October 1st, 2010, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Best Calendar Widget

Running MIUI v3 and realize there isnt a calendar widget.

I heard good stuff about Pure Calendar widget but i was looking for other opinions before I committed.

What is your calendar of choice, keep in mind I need to find one I can download so stock calendars are out of the question.

I use Astrid so it needs to work with that

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Old October 1st, 2010, 11:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm particular with Smooth Calendar; not sure if it ties into Astrid though.
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I love Jorte. Lots of widget options - I even run two of them on one screen. I use a monthly so I can see everything at a glance, then also an agenda style widget so I can see more detail about what's coming up immediately. Not sure how it meshes with Astrid, but worth a try, since it's free.
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pure calender is what i am using. have not tried the other 2 mentioned though
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I have pure, agenda, and smooth. If you like minimalism smooth is awesome that's what I use now. Pure (paid) is really nice and Agenda (free) is the best free full calender widget I've used. I wish I could give people (transfer or something) my paid apps I've dnld'd so many and don't use them anymore.
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+1 for agenda widget
it does it all, it's free, and I use it with gtasks (which I prefer over astrid)



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I have pure, agenda, and smooth. If you like minimalism smooth is awesome that's what I use now. Pure (paid) is really nice and Agenda (free) is the best free full calender widget I've used. I wish I could give people (transfer or something) my paid apps I've dnld'd so many and don't use them anymore.
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Launcher Pro Calendar Widget rocks...
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I like the Birthday reminders integrated with Facebook.
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Gotta go with Jorte on this one. I like how I can see my events on the monthly calendar widget. Not sure about the Astrid connection though
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+1 on the launcher pro widget
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Android Agenda Widget. Scrolling calendar, easy access to various functions, gtasks...
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i use pure, super customizable
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Try calendar pad. I like I can see my weekly calendar by day instead of a runninglist. Sort of like when you print your weekly schedule from Outlook.
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do any of them sync with the google account other than the stock app
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they can all read the google calender
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Gotta go with Jorte on this one. I like how I can see my events on the monthly calendar widget. Not sure about the Astrid connection though

In Jorte, is there a way to make a certain event be highlighted? For instance, I'm a fireman who works 24 hr shifts. When I enter my shift day into my calendar, I check "all day" for the times and when I save and go back to month view, all my shift days are highlighted so I can see them at a quick glance. I can't figure out how to make "all day" events stand out vs my regular events? Any ideas?
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In Jorte, is there a way to make a certain event be highlighted? For instance, I'm a fireman who works 24 hr shifts. When I enter my shift day into my calendar, I check "all day" for the times and when I save and go back to month view, all my shift days are highlighted so I can see them at a quick glance. I can't figure out how to make "all day" events stand out vs my regular events? Any ideas?
I know what you mean....I'm a cop and I use the calendar for the same thing. The way I do it is, I have different calendars set up for use depending on what the event is. (e.g., work, personal, court, etc...) I then have each calendar color coded. That way when I glance at the calendar in the monthly view, all my work shifts are written in red and all my court dates are green and so on... Hope that helps.
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I'm using Gemini Calendar. The main thing I like about it is the ability to do recurring event types that the normal calendar can't. Like every other week, stuff like that.

There is one thing that I would really like to have that I can't find in any calendar program. I want to be able to set or clear the "busy" flag on an event. Any calendars out there that you have tried allow for this?
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I like the Birthday reminders integrated with Facebook.
I also like the birthday reminders that Facebook provides. Here's how I get them in my calendar:

1. Run a Sense ROM
2. Use LauncherPro calendar widget

voila, all the facebook birthday events turn up in my widget.
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I also like the birthday reminders that Facebook provides. Here's how I get them in my calendar:

1. Run a Sense ROM
2. Use LauncherPro calendar widget

voila, all the facebook birthday events turn up in my widget.
I have the Incredible (Which uses Sense, obviously) and both the stock calendar and Gemini calendar show my facebook events and birthdays. Though this is new in froyo.
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if you have facebook for sense installed and set to sync the birthdays are transferred over and onto a calender. this data is in a central database that can be accessed by all the other widgets and such
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I use calendar pad. I use different colors for overtime, birthdays, meetings and holidays. It syncs with the google calendar and sets off the alarm to remind me of stuff.
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Check out the s2 calendar widget
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I used to own a dinc so I can tell you my opinion. Sense is the best. It is the best scrolling widget around. Second to sense is Launcher Pro Plus's scrolling widget. I use it because I no longer have a sense phone (DX) and I need a scrolling widget.

I have no LPP on one of my ROMS that I switch off with, so I have Pure Calendar Widget. It's highly configurable, which is a plus, but I still like the others better.
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I really like calendar pad. Light, many different views, and fairly configurable.
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I used to own a dinc so I can tell you my opinion. Sense is the best. It is the best scrolling widget around. Second to sense is Launcher Pro Plus's scrolling widget. I use it because I no longer have a sense phone (DX) and I need a scrolling widget.

I have no LPP on one of my ROMS that I switch off with, so I have Pure Calendar Widget. It's highly configurable, which is a plus, but I still like the others better.
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oh. Calender pad is the one i use.
Wait me as a bandwagon fan? Absolutely not, born and raised Boston, through thick and thin, bad and worse, whatever the team brings it's my team.
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I find the HTC stock calender widget is attractive and functional.
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Accept you can't see any appointment names just those stupid color blocks.
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I know what you mean....I'm a cop and I use the calendar for the same thing. The way I do it is, I have different calendars set up for use depending on what the event is. (e.g., work, personal, court, etc...) I then have each calendar color coded. That way when I glance at the calendar in the monthly view, all my work shifts are written in red and all my court dates are green and so on... Hope that helps.
There is an app called "Firehouse Scheduler" you both might like, developed by Fire/Police/EMS. I believe it's specifically for shift work. A little pricey at $5.99, but might be just what you're looking for.
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I've been using Calender Pad Pro and I like it. Better than the stock calendar app on the Incredible. I can see all my appointments and calendar items at a glance and it is easy to use and sync with Google.
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So true the only HTC one that says the appt. is so small and one at a time.. I crrently use that because I havent found anyting for free I've liked yet I guess... im lookin tho
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There is an app called "Firehouse Scheduler" you both might like, developed by Fire/Police/EMS. I believe it's specifically for shift work. A little pricey at $5.99, but might be just what you're looking for.
Thanks for the tip. I checked into that app a few months back and it seems pretty neat but yeah, the price tag is a little too high.
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So true the only HTC one that says the appt. is so small and one at a time.. I crrently use that because I havent found anyting for free I've liked yet I guess... im lookin tho
Maybe you should try one of the other stock widgets for the HTC calender. I think you are talking about the small single event widget. There is an Agenda widget that is very good in my opinion...takes up entire screen. Only draw back is you have to tap it twice to get to more details of an event....once just brings up the same agenda
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Accept you can't see any appointment names just those stupid color blocks.
If you use the full month calender widget, than yea. But the HTC calender has 3 stock widgets. Try the Agenda view or if you want more details but have infrequent appointments, try the single event widget.
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I've been using CalWidget since I started with my Eris, and was one of the first apps I put on my DINC when I upgraded. Very customizable and easy to read.
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I like Blik calendar widget- superb
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I just downloaded Business Calendar. If you tap the widget (which looks like Smooth Calendar), it will load a screen that's nearly identical to the Google Calendar web interface. Very, very nice. Really underrated.

Although, I wish I could use the LP+ calendar widget with Go Launcher.
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I use the pure calendar agenda widget, and when I tap It, It opens th jorte month view. This setup works very well for me.
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I've tried them all. I like Pure Calendar and Pure Grid Calendar the best. I'm using Pure Grid Calendar with Smooth Calendar right now.
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Does anyone know if any of these have a full screen "Day View" widget, with scrolling would be ideal. I can get there by a single press from my CalWidget agenda view, but I'd rather have it right on the home screen.

I just do not like the agenda view as it doesn't help me quickly see overlapping meetings and where I have white space in my day.
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