great widget. brilliant support. higly recommended!!
Have been using this app for ages and is very useful and efficient. Recently upgraded phones and moving the events over was easy but it has installed a bunch of extra things, like an event for Ramadan that I can't seem to delete. It was great but might be looking for a new app/widget if I can't remove it. I use my calendar too much to want a reminder for random holidays that aren't relevant to me.
Edit: Fast & good for battery The app is low consumption, fast and has multiple option. Its a great app that doesn't clutter your screen and offers simply what you need from your calendar. Extras are then configured in the menu. I originally said it had issues with android 4.xx and up (crashed a lot), but that seems yo be fixed. Tested on android 6 and 7. Perfect.
Updated: I have used this for years. It's probably the most-used tool on my phone. It's set up to be the biggest display on my homescreen. There are zillions of calendar apps that try to be everything to every one. This does not add to the clutter. It's just a very useful widget that displays only what you want, and links to whatever app you want. The display is compact and very flexible. I recently paid the $2 to get the save/restore feature, but had issues with it. The author was quick in providing a resolution. Thanks !
Excellent I use the widget on my home page, so I can see what is coming up at a glance. It performs well, and a tap on the display can take you to a menu that enables a jump to the calendar. The configuration is very detailed. Just had to downgrade this one notch I still love it, but Google Calendar does not synch across my devices, so this doesn't either. I have been unable to get any help on this issue from anyone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users I have used this app on every smartphone I have ever owned. From my very first which was a HTC Thunderbolt, then on to the Samsung Galaxy Skyrocket 2, it's work flawlessly. On the Note 7, I did have a couple of issues but I figured out how to fix it. You have to go into the app settings and give the appropriate permissions. The Note 7 is very different from the others.
- fixed crash when permission to read calendar was missing
- added code to handle bad timezone identifers (HTC messes up again)