Slate Calendar Helps You Organize Your Life
Without calendars in some form or another, most of our lives would be utter chaos. Unless you are Johnny Mnemonic with a memory implant, you most likely need some help in the form of a calendar to store crucial information. Google has its own calendar, but to be frank, it looks like it is more at home last decade than in the ’10s.
Luckily, you don’t have to be at the mercy of Google thanks to alternatives like Slate Calendar by XDA Forum Member codedevnew. This app is a calendar and personal assistant that helps you keep track of all your important data from your personal and work lives. It combines a few things like calendar events, contact birthdays, weather, results of your favorite sports games, and more. It’s also integrated with Google Calendar, so you don’t have to waste your time importing data from other applications. Oh, and one more important detail is that this app looks really nice.
Slate Calendar is still in an early development stage, which is described as beta by the author. If you are unlucky, you may experience some weird issues, so don’t wait to report them back to developer. You can find this neat, eye-catching calendar by visiting the Slate Calendar app thread.
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