Countdown to Your Favorite Events with this Simple Countdown App
Big events in life hold a strong meaning to us. And when we plan such events, we start counting the days and minutes.
You may remember XDA Senior Member MOST2K2‘s application APPoint. Now, he brings us another productivity tool—this time in the form of a simple, yet customizable countdown widget that can be placed on your home screens.
As stated by the developer:
A simple countdown widget to never miss an important meeting, birthday, vacation.
You can add more than one event at the same time of course!
This app is a great way to stay focused on upcoming events. The app itself is available in both lite and premium versions, and is compatible with Android 2.2 or higher.
If you’ve been looking for a simple, home screen countdown widget, make your way over to the application thread for more information and download links.
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