The GO Launcher Dev Team continues to put out good, simple and effective widgets for their applications. Their latest productivity application is a cool calendar widget for the home screen. Calendar GOwidget is a simple way to view all of your day to day activities in a very simple and sleek interface. It’s like having the full functionality of the calendar application without having to actually drill down into it. You get a couple of different views with the app, month and agenda view. To run this widget you’ll need the latest version of GO Launcher EX which you can find here. For Calendar GOwidget, check it out on our popular apps database with a QR Code available or head on over to the Android Market. Hit the break to check out more screenshots and don’t forget to let us know what you think of it in the comments below. » Read the rest
Still looking for the right weather widget for your home screen? Just want to keep it simple? Look no further. GO Weather Widget Skin Simple brings the “KISS” methodology directly to your smartphone. With an LG weather widget look, you get everything you need all in one place. The app does require that you have GO Weather v 1.9 or above to apply it, so if you don’t already have it, you can grab it here. The themed widget offers a multitude of widget sizes and functionality such as up to date weather on a set city or your current location, accurate icons depicting current conditions, temperature, wind gauge and time of day. The app definitely offers a nice and clean streamlined look for your expensive investment of a smartphone. Ready to download it? You can head on over to Talk Android’s popular apps database (QR code available) or you can snag it from the Android Market. Hit the break for more screenshots and don’t forget to let us know what you think of the widget in the comments below. » Read the rest
Ever just want to save a note or comment on the home screen instantly without going into any application? Check out Whiteboard Pro for Android. The application allows you to write and draw nearly anything you want on any home screen available. There are tons of customizations for you making writing and drawing notes a cinch. In addition to drawing and writing, one can also speak notes in instances such as driving in a vehicle. Need to share that note quick with someone? Whiteboard Pro has got you covered. The widget offers a number of different sizes (14) to accommodate any space on your home screen. Check out the rest of the developers features after the break along with some screen shots and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below. The app will run you 99 cents in the Android Market, but for a buck, you get a ton of unbeatable functionality. Download links available after the break. » Read the rest
Some of my favorite apps to review are ones of productivity. I’ll take anything from any developer if it’s going to make my life easier in the least slightest form. Next up to make the productivity apps list is an agenda view widget that integrates content from both Google and Touchdown Exchange calendars along with a ton of other data sources. The widget is extremely customizable and offers easy access to check out your events, tasks and even contact birthdays while on the fly. The coolest aspect of the application is that it can be launched as an app by tapping on the icon from your home screen or by applying the widget to one of your home screen desktops. If you choose to use it as an app with an icon on the desktop, the widget functionality will not open up until you tap it, subsequently saving you a whole home screen of real estate. Hit the break to check out another screenshot of the app and to view more info from the developer along with a full list of specs and tasks supported. Download links are available after the break as well. Feel free to let us know what you think of the functionality in the comments below. » Read the rest
Here’s a nifty little widget for ya. Days Left Widget is a simple count down application that can be used for tons of things, such as that special anniversary, holidays, vacations and even Google’s up and coming I/O conference which, at the time of this article just so happens to be in 3 days, eight hours and six seconds…5…4…3…2 But who’s counting? Keep yourself out of the doghouse by never ever forgetting an important date again with this handy dandy application. The app, of course, is very customizable, allowing you to choose from several different colors and also supports multiple overlays. You can even choose from different widget sizes so you can see important information, reminding you what the count down is for. Hit the break for more screen shots and then head on over to our apps database for the download where you can also find a QR code for you mobile folks. Feel free to let us know what you think of the app in the comments below. » Read the rest
Are you a widget person? Then you might want to give Advanced Clock Widget for Android a try. The app gives your home screen a nice fresh look with an extremely configurable widget for added convenience. The developer touts that this little widget is friendly on battery life, turning completely off when your device is asleep. Features include a digital clock, customizable colors, several templates to choose from and a count down feature that shows you remaining battery life. In addition, there is a world clock with support for multiple time zones, the availability of your current location and even sports an alarm clock. The developer also promises that future releases will bring even more templates and other added features for pro users. Head on over to our apps database to give the app a try. There’s a QR code and more info from the developer available. Don’t forget to let us know what you think of the app in the comments below. Hit the break to check out some more screen shots. » Read the rest
The recently released application for Android phones will bring CNN news to the mobile masses. You don’t like CNN? Don’t agree with its news reporting? Tough, it’ll be out there in the Android Market anyway incase you change your mind..
This app will flood your mind by way of your eyes and ears with enormous amounts of breaking news, live videos, and CNN Radio. Check out the video after the break…
Anyone who is familiar with the Beautiful Widgets app knows that the widget application lives up to its moniker. What once started as a Sense clock-widget clone for non-Sense-based ROMs and phones has evolved into a widget set with ever growing functionality and customization. Its newest tablet-based beta iteration has been downloaded and used by our brothers in green over at Android Central, and they’ve taken the time to give us a video walk-through. Check it out after the break! » Read the rest
Don’t like that tired old weather widget that came built into your Samsung Galaxy S? Miss the nice weather widget you had on your old HTC, but haven’t found one that looks as good as it does work for your area? Then maybe the custom Miui Weather app from xda member scott951 could be the one to install for you.
The widget comes with great animations, as well as support for most of the US and Europe. You’ll want to check by doing a search for your specific are’s apk file. If you like what you see above and want to check it out for yourself, you can download a working flashable zip on post number 140 at the thread here.