Best App with Widgets?

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  1. shugknight

    shugknight Member

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    Hey Guys, been using Panda Home as of late and with 4 docks, I have plenty of space left over on some of my home screens. I only have a few widgets, but I'd also like to see what other app comes with a widget.

    Much thanks! :icon_ banana:
     
  2. RinTinTigger

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    Hey,

    im sorry but i really dont understand your question.
    There is no app that comes with a widget.

    Every Widget is an APP, but not every app is a widget.

    A widget is an app, that displays on the homescreen and either allows you to shortcut any functions or just pulls data and updates homescreen icon like a weather widget does.

    An app is any program that can be run on a droid!

    So,

    what do you search for?
     
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    I think he is wanting to know which apps have widgets.

    For example, weather.com app has two widgets to disply the weather as buttons.
     
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    So then what is interesting for you?
    There are some widget that are really cool, like:

    -internal Memory
    -External memory
    -Battery Usage
    -Power control for GPS,WiFi, Bluetooth, Sync, Brightness

    Just to name some!

    :)
     
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    I installed Weather.com and put a shortcut on my desktop (not a widget - didn't think of it). Anyway it works fine but if I shut off the Droid I have to manually restart weather.com to get the temp in the top line of the desktop where it normally appears. Is there a way to get weather.com to start up automatically or is that undesirable for some reason?
     
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    I don't mean to change the subject, but since we are talking about widgets/apps, does anyone know the widget/app this person is using in the video around 2:24 (app slider widget?)

     
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    Ohh cool! Thanks for the reply!
     
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    I have tried most of the battery ones and they love to eat up battery :D

    For memory, I like Task Panel. It has a widget and I have it all set up ;)