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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by akn78, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. akn78

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    Is there anyone aware of any good widget that shows the next upcomming appointments on the homescreen? I have found two and i dont think anyone of them is great. I have tested the standard calender widget and one more that i cant recall the name on. Is there any good widgets in the diffrent Homeapps, like aHome, dxTOP and others?

    Any ideas?
     

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    "quick calendar" is my current favorite...
     
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    None of them is suitable for my homescreen, one is to little information and the otherone is the text too big so it gets all screwed up.

    This must be one frequently used widget? Or is I the only one using my android in business :thinking:
     
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    One more to try is Laik Agenda Widget
     
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    I like the traditional calendar widget I guess. It's nice, it shows me the next thing coming up and if I click it shows me the upcoming view.

    I think a few of the themes in aHome allow a user to have a more upcoming overview on one of the Home screens.
     
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    akn78 if you have a specific requirement best post it in the xda thread before he moves on to another project.


    koxx's widget is shaping up nicely, now have a full 4x4 size version.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I like it, It works fine ;)
     
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    What I really mis is sending and receiving appointments.
    That would make this app a useful tool
     
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    This is very nice, exactly what I was looking for.

    I was using Laik, but didn't care for having a large empty space with only 1 event on it. Quick Calendar is nice and small. :cool:
     
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    i got the pure grid calendar app and really like how it works
     
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