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iAgenda updated to 0.49
iAgenda is a finger-friendly and easy-to-use alternative to the standard calendar and tasks applications in Windows Mobile. It is developed by ajige and fully skinnable. This update mainly fixes issues with all-day and multi-day appointments, and the marking of tasks as complete or uncomplete on WM 6.5. Further, the settings program has been integrated into the tabbed interface.
Originally posted by ajige
Since the original developer seems to have abandoned this project, I’m starting a new thread and continuing the development. As per request, I’ll upload new versions as they are developed, even if only minor. That also means, there is an increased risk of system crashes.
Version 0.49 April 14, 2010
- Added weekday to group headers
- New default skin by Livven
- Option in Settings to choose start screen
- Added enable checkbox to Settings for those who have issues with the checkboxes crashing
- Tried another bugfix for the checkbox (please let me know if it works)
For the full changelog and download, visit the application thread.
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