More Information at a Glance with All-in-One Agenda Widget
With the limited screen real estate on our mobile devices, maximizing efficiency is certainly key. And let’s face it, even if we had more space to work with, we just want to get the information we need and get back to our lives. Because of this, XDA Forum Member all-in-one-agenda has created an eponymously titled widget that combines information that you would ordinarily need several widgets to view.
All-in-One Agenda widget shows various categories of events from one view. This is done in order to help you avoid missing important events. The widget can also aggregate your business and personal commitments, so as to help prevent accidental oversights. The app packs an extensive feature list, including event aggregation, a calendar view for upcoming appointments, and more. It also offers a significant degree of customization, allowing you to create separate widget instances with different configurations in each.
If you’ve wanted a bit more from your agenda widget, head over to the application thread to get started.
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