So, none of the calendar/agenda widgets really did what I wanted - to just give me the information I needed in a quick to understand display. First of all, I don't want a widget that needs to take up a lot of space. Secondly, I thought that all that text (start time, event text, date) just made it hard to easily comprehend what's coming up. Just showing the dates of events was also hard to figure out how many days away something is without having to do some mental arithmetic. What I really wanted was to just see a little picture of each event in a week view or something similar. Well, that's what Blik does. It is a 1x4 widget that looks at your calendar events' text and figures out a graphic to use. It also displays the start time and pulls out a word or two that it determines is important. For example, if you have a calendar event called "John Smith's birthday", then Blik will display a piece of cake with a candle in it and under it will display the word "John". If you have an event called "Staff meeting", then Blik will display a little meeting table picture and under it will display the start time and "Staff". Here's a screenshot from earlier this month: . You can see that I went to the dentist on the 5th which was also Cinco de Mayo. A friend of mine had a birthday on the 6th and, of course, on the 9th, it's Mother's Day. Hopefully you'll agree that this kind of display is a lot easier to understand than just a bunch of text. It also helps you realize how far away something is. You can scroll the widget by pressing the ends to see further into the future (by default Blik reads the next 4 weeks of events). There are also settings that can be displayed by pressing in the center of the widget to get some options. Here's my Android website where there is some information which I'll be adding to. I've just started putting together the FAQ page which will contain release notes as I make changes. JoeProgrammer This BETA version will expire on May 30th, but I'll have the LITE version up by then or update the BETA to extend it longer if needed. Comments are welcome. You can email me directly from the application itself by clicking on the center of the widget and then pressing on the "?" button to show the about page where there is a button to email the developer. Thanks to anyone who gives my new app a try!