- You can choose to open a clock or calendar application when clicking the widget.
- Select among seven backgrounds (please ask for more)
- Set the "Week" text to whatever you wish, preferably week in your language.
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- Displays the week number of the current week
- Find the week number of a specific date
- Find the days in a specific week
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This applications shows the week date. You may be looking for: Week, Week-day names, or Week number.
The ISO week-numbering year starts at the first day (Monday) of week 01 and ends at the Sunday before the new ISO year (hence without overlap or gap). It consists of 52 or 53 full weeks.
It's especially useful if you're working alternating shifts.
When placed at one of the first three positions in DashClock Widgets settings the week of year will always be visible, even when minimized. Tapping the week display will bring you to the Android calendar. Please send any requests and ideas via E-Mail.
Many thanks go to:
- Sune Stjerneby for the danish translation
- Andy Crowther for the idea to allow an user defined offset
- Erik Urban for the idea to allow an user defined display format
- Kelly for the idea to make the offset freely choosable
Comes with a widget which shows what week it is. The widget is customizable and easy to use.
Folgendes steht zur Verfügung:
- Berechnung der Kalenderwoche aus einem beliebigen Datum.
- Berechnung des Datums aus einer Kalenderwoche.
- Anzeige der Kalenderwochen für das aktuelle Jahr.
Es stehen 2 Widgets für die Anzeige der Kalenderwoche bereit.
Hinweis: Die App unterstützt App2SD. Wird die App auf die SD Karte verschoben, so stehen die Widgets nicht zur Verfügung.
- This app is easy to use and super fast
- There are no known bugs
ISO 8601 includes the ISO week date system, a numbering system for weeks – each week begins on a Monday and is associated with the year that contains that week's Thursday (so that if a year starts in a long weekend Friday–Sunday, week number one of the year will start after that). For example, week 1 of 2004 (2004W01) ran from Monday 29 December 2003 to Sunday, 4 January 2004, because its Thursday was 1 January 2004, whereas week 1 of 2005 (2005W01) ran from Monday 3 January 2005 to Sunday 9 January 2005, because its Thursday was 6 January 2005 and so the first Thursday of 2005. The highest week number in a year is either 52 or 53 (it was 53 in the year 2004).
- Without permissions
- Without unnecessary resources
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Put it on your homescreen.
Android 4.2 users may even put it on their lockscreen.
Long click your homescreen to add the widget to your home
screen. App will not show up in your app-drawer.
Localized to: English, Spanish, Deutsch, French, Danish, Swedish and Norwegian
Send mail to developer for feature requests, errors or translation questions.
Includes widget that can be placed on Home screen, which simply displays the current week number.
New setting for widgets: Can choose to display the 'day of week' or 'week' below the week number.
Ideas for adding to or improving the use of this app are always welcome. Leave a message in the rating or use the mail address that can be found at the bottom of this page.
Counts weeks and weekends. I wanted this application for counting long term deadlines, however saying something is 8 or so months away sounds like such a long time, and using day countdown timers, is even worse! 240 odd days?! But counting weeks, its only 34-35 weeks, or if you count weekends, just a few. So I wrote this app to learn a little about Android and to create an app that I can use. Hopefully it can be useful to someone else as well who hates to see large numbers when waiting for something in the long term.
Charge me Reminder will change this forever, set your own warn limit and time, and you will get a reminder that you should plug in the charger.
It help you with showing you if you need to plug it in or go to sleep without charing.
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