orb3000 · May 11, 2010 at 10:36 am

[APP] HTC Tasks

Member ng-gdata created another task manager application, this one has been worked out to look as part of Sense UI and it´s well finished. This app requires .NetCF 3.5 to be installed on your device.

Originally posted by ng-gdata

HTC Tasks – an application using the Sense SDK to manage your Outlook tasks. I always wondered why my HD2 did not come with a replacment app for the stock tasks application, especially since Sense replaces almost everything. Anyway, I downloaded eboelzner’s Sense SDK and startet writing this little app today.

Requirements:

  • Windows Phone 6.x
  • .netCF 3.5
  • (W|Q)VGA device

Current features (very basic):

  • Add Task
  • Localization (English, German, Spanish; auto-detect language)
  • Sense UI
  • change task status
  • change importance
  • change subject
  • Future Features:
  • Settings
  • Change other task properties (description, due date, etc.)
  • maybe other languages
  • images showing importance.

For more information continue on to the application thread.


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