egzthunder1 · Jul 8, 2011 at 12:00 am

Do You Hate Adding Events On Your Calendar? If So, Try This…

Since the dawn of mobile devices, one of the most widely announced functionalities that they carry is a calendar/organizer built in, which is supposed to help you be more organized in your daily activities. However, having to fill out a bunch of fields can be a more tedious task than trying to remember the activity oneself. Do you not wish that your calendar could just schedule something by typing a simple message as it if was your own personal assistant? If your answer to this question is yes, then you must check out Quick Event for Android by XDA member roee88. The app will allow you to simply type in a small description of the event and it will go ahead and automatically fill out all the fields for you. No more scrolling down and wasting time to fill things out. The only caveat is that grammar recognition of the app is only programmed for English, so those of you who speak a different language will probably have to wait until a multi-language version becomes available.

The app is still under development and the dev would love to hear your feedback and thoughts about it. So, please drop a line or two if you try out the app.

Add events to your calendar as quickly as possible by taking advantage of advanced native language processing.
This powerful tool allows you to insert complicated event that include advanced parameters such as recurring factors, location, duration and much more.
Just start typing, let us do the rest…

You can find more information in the application thread.

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