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Android Moogly – To-Do List Widget
If you don´t have Sense, this widget inspired by To Do List from HTC Sense will let you have some of it on your screen. XDA member ftgg99 presents Moogly, a simple to-do widget straight to the point with no extra features you will never use, all presented simply and neat.
The Lite version is limited to one widget with a restricted number of entries and can be found for free on the market. Please leave your feedback for the developer.
Originally posted by ftgg99
MOOGLY – THE BEST TO DO LIST WIDGET
From the makers of Root Call Blocker comes Moogly, a simple to-do widget inspired by HTC Sense. No pointless features you will never use – just pure tasking goodness in minimalistic widget form.
Still a work in progress, but already the best on Android. We rock.
- Multiple independent widgets on Honeycomb
– Quick, dialog based entry
– Widgets are stretchable on Honeycomb tablets
– Predefined themes or total customization
This widget was inspired by To Do List from HTC Sense – for some reason, they were the only ones to get it right. We plan on adding lots more themes, as well as image backgrounds and blurring.
Continue on to the discussion thread.
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