Love DROID/Miss Windows Mobile 1: Calendar on My Home Page

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  1. looneytoone

    looneytoone New Member

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    Greetings. Love my phone but was with Windows Mobile for so long and miss some things. I miss having my daily or weekly calendar right on my home page. Any suggestions or apps.
     
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    Pure Calendar works well
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    I use CalWidget - it's the only calendar widget I've found that works with the corporate calendar.
     
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    I agree with you, the calendar widget support SUCKS compared to what I had on my old winmo omnia. There's a ton of wasted space on the built in droid widget. (and in the whole grid style homescreen layout but that's a different topic)

    I have tried CalWidget, and while it's pretty fugly it does interface with the corporate calendar.
     
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    pure made my droid lag really bad for some reason so i use astrid now
     
  6. techguru

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    I use the LAIK Agenda Widget. It comes with several different sizes and layouts, so can take as much or as little of your home screen as you want. Doesn't currently work with corporate calendar, but that is not an issue for me at this time (between jobs - but even when working, I synced my Exchange Calendar with my Google Calendar, so the widget worked fine for me).

    Alan
     
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    I use Agenda, brings 3 sizes, is free and works great with alot of settings!