Persian Calendar Available for WM Manila, Titanium, and More
XDA member MOHSEN-UNIQUE was in dire needs of a calendar in Persian for WM, and due to the fact that there was none available, he decided to make one himself. The app itself will work with virtually any app that displays calendar, dates, and appointments in WM. This basically means that your favorite apps (S2U2, Manila, etc) will be able to use this mod. The best part is that installation will not erase anything, so all your appointments and important dates will be safe.
If this is a feature that you need, make sure that you drop by the thread and leave some feedback for the dev.
Persian Calendar display on all programs that can display appointment (Today Screen – Titanium – S2U2 – Manila)
Remove without cleaning another appointment
Easy installation without damaging Manila
Installed on all versions of Manila (2, 2.1, 2.5)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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