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Quick Agenda Widget for Android Updated
XDA member roflharrison presents the latest update of Quick Agenda widget for Android devices. It displays Google/Touchdown events, contact birthdays, and tasks from various applications. It also has a widget which allows you to choose an event to display alongside upcoming events. It features a quick loading agenda view that combines calendars and tasks from various data sources, swipe actions in quick agenda view, ICS (iCal) receiver/sender amongst many more.
The app has a free version and can be found on the usual place.
Originally posted by roflharrison
Quick Agenda is a highly customizable 4×1 agenda widget and a “popup” agenda for quick access to tasks and calendar events from various apps.
What is it:
Shortcut to Quick Agenda endless scrolling agenda view showing events and tasks
Ics (ical) handler (can send and receive ical files)
The widget is customizable in the following ways:
Choose 1 event to show from your calendar or task applications
Show the next upcoming event
Countdown to one event and show 2 or 4 upcoming events below it
Show 3 to 5 upcoming events in a classic agenda widget style
Show the “date” as a countdown or as a date
Choose an image as the background from your gallery
The Agenda view has:
Tasks from various task apps including calengoo, astrid, ssi gtask, dato gtask etc
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