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.
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