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Agenda Widget for Android
It´s amazing how many threads with interesting applications we miss as they are literally swallowed by our immense traffic. This time we found Agenda widget for your Android device presented by XDA member roflharrison. View your events and tasks on your home screen with Honeycomb scrolling support, appearance settings now with preview, new skins, date icons, and row headers. The developer mentions that if your events do not show after the update, please untick/retick the calendar on the choose calendars page.
The free version can be found in the market with the only difference that has adds.
Please leave your feedback.
Originally posted by roflharrison
[APP] Agenda Widget (Official thread)
I’ve decided to make a official thread for Agenda Widget which I will monitor and update with development release information in an effort to reduce bugs making it to the market version
The primary reason for this thread is to get feedback on new features and ensure bugs are eliminated, if you decide to try the dev version/s please provide feedback and if you experience a crash please send me a log.
For those who aren’t existing users Agenda Widget is a highly customizable home screen widget which shows events from the Google and Touchdown and tasks from SSI gTask, Dato gTask, Google Task Organizer, Got To Do, Astrid and Touchdown.
It has scrolling in Honeycomb and alternative Launchers such as Zeam, ADW, Launcher Pro and anything else that supports launcher plus.
The free version is fully featured with no time limits, soon I will be putting advertisements in the settings.
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