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Weather/Clock Widgets needed??

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by michael800, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. michael800

    michael800 Member
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    Is there a way to combine two widgets like a weather and clock one to make them be on the same line side by side? Something that is 2x1 size each I believe.
     

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  2. spiz

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    Try Beautiful Widgets. After you've downloaded and installed, long press your home screen to add a widget. Then select "Beautiful Widgets Smaller Home," adjust the settings to your liking, and see if that's what you're looking for.

    It puts the digital clock on the left with the weather on the right.
     
  3. ifbrock

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    I want a widget that is just like htc sense.
     
  4. rocketragz

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    Another day in paradise
    Does beautiful widgets put a big drain on the battery?
     
  5. Fathom

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    Search the market for Weather and Toggle widget. It is like $2.00.
    Thay have a ton of skins for their flip clock / weather widget that will make it look just like the HTC sense Clock.
     
  6. RxR

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    I second Beautiful Widget.
    Different size options and also has additional setting toggle widgets that you can add to any of your desktop screens if you want.
     
  7. lexluthor

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    Google Fancy Widget. It's been discontinued, but you can find it.

    Pretty much exactly the HTC Clock/Weather widget (which is why it was discontinued).
     
  8. ifbrock

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    Thanks, it's perfect.
     
  9. spiz

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    So I've used Beautiful Widgets with the flip clock and Weather and Toggle Widget with the H7C-Clock skin.

    Are the clocks actually supposed to use a flipping animation? That would be pretty cool, but I've never seen one that actually does that.
     
  10. michael800

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    Does fancy widget enable to make the clock/weather smaller like 4x1 insted of 4x2?
     
  11. Kaystoy

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    I am wondering this too :eek:
     
  12. spiz

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    No.
     
  13. lexluthor

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    No, doesn't look like it.
     
  14. MaxPowers

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    New to this. If you get an app and reset your phone do you lose it? Also how do you sort the market place like by rating
     
  15. dannyc1976

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    Hello my 1st HTC phone was the HTC HD2, I love the weather and how it shows drop of rain if it was raining, or snow if it was snowing, them my wife got her mytouch slide and it came with the same weather and clock view.
    now I got me a Samsung Vibrant and I miss that real weather I want rain, snow or sun on my phone.
    is there a way to get all of this?
    thank you
     
  16. michael800

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    Anyone know why Beautiful Widgets does not update the weather? Do I need to have any other setting on to make it work? Does background data need to be enabled or Auto-sync? I don't have any task killer app either? It just seems to freeze on one temperature.
     

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