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Widget MissedIt for Android
XDA member igece presents MissedIt for your Android device, a text-based notification widget for missed calls, SMS and e-mails. Main features found on the application include reports for number of missed calls, unread SMS and unread mails, customizable fonts, background color and transparency, customizable layout, and more. Currently supported for Android 2.2 and up but the developer mentions that in the future it will work for older versions as well. The app can be found for free in the market on English and Spanish.
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Originally posted by igece
MissedIt! – Text-based notification widget for missed calls/SMS/e-mails
At the moment, Android version >= 2.2. I hope to be able to relax this requisite to at least Android 2.0.
It currently reports number of missed calls, unread SMS and unread messages on the main phone’s account (the gmail account).
Customization of font and background color and transparency. Also font faces (can use fonts stored in external SD card).
Customization of the layout (alignments, padding, etc).
Text messages can be customized to show whatever phrase you want.
Represent numbers as text.
Multiple widget sizes. User can select which sizes appears in widget list.
Currently supported languages: English and Spanish.
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