Touch Calendar Free gets a new version too! Visual update: new cleaner look New colour scheme: blue and white Zoom buttons are now off by default (but can be turned on in settings) Fix for issue where all day event bubbles sometimes didn’t display properly
This isn’t a new update, just forgot to post this update until now. “Select calendars” option screen added to widget settings – calendars can now be selected separately for each widget Added several more reminder time options Fix for issue where calendar would start on a random date, goto date/today would not go to the correct date, and widget taps would go to the wrong date sometimes. Also fixed related ‘double-events’ issue. If you still see this happening, please let me know!
A fairly big update this time, with new features, fixes and widget options: Fix to ensure the app works without a data connection New option to search in description field Added ability to integrate search with Android Quick Search Box (Touch Calendar will now appear under ‘Searchable items’ in your phone’s search settings) New option for time format with shorter time formats Widget: added time format options Widget: fix for issue where taps on widget went to the wrong day Widget is now resizable in Android 3.1
The new version of Touch Calendar just released has a couple of changes for the widget: New widget option to change tap action so you can tap the widget to add an event instead of opening the calendar Maximum events per day on widget increased to 8 (from 4)
This release is mainly to fix the “duplicating events” issue: fix: for issue where events were shown twice in each cell when default zoom was set to “fully zoomed out” change: event end times will not be shown when same as start time fix for issue on Xoom where tapping events would not open them
Another update for Touch Calendar (full version), with a couple of much-requested new features: new feature: duplicate event option added to event info screen (tap an event, then press MENU to see the option) new feature: contact email addresses will auto-complete in the ‘Guests’ field fix: issue where ‘Zoom to Date’ would sometimes move calendar several weeks into the future five new colour schemes: ‘blue and white’, ‘green and white’, ‘purple and white’, ‘pink and white’, ‘purple and green’
Lots of updates at the moment I know! This one’s to provide a workaround for issues some people have been having on Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab devices, where events added on the phone or tablet don’t sync to Google Calendar. The workaround is a new setting: “Edit in built-in calendar”. Check this and you’ll be able to use the Samsung calendar to add/edit/view events, which means they’ll sync to Google Calendar correctly. Note: I don’t recommend using this setting for any other devices.
New version of Touch Calendar just released: adds an option to remove the settings icon from the widget adds ‘Zoom to date’ to the context menu (tap-and-hold on a date) Note: Version 1.0.4 fixed a minor bug to do with new event times that was introduced in 1.0.3
This new version adds a settings screen with several options to the widget: set how many weeks are displayed set how far in the past the widget starts displaying (how many “past weeks”) set the starting day set the font size Also added two new colour schemes: “orange and white” and “orange and blue”. Also, an ‘Add event’ option has been added to the main app menu. This is in addition to the usual way of adding an event, by tap-and-hold on a date. Finally a small bug where the ‘@’ symbol could appear on its own when ‘Show location’…
A fairly big update this time, with a new default colour scheme for the app. Don’t worry if you preferred the old colours though – you can set the colour scheme in the settings. There’s also a third ‘Monochrome’ scheme as well. The changes in full: Default colour scheme changed and colour scheme options added Dark border between months Default reminder setting Repetition descriptions changed to be clearer Fix for some events being deletable but not editable