Why it’s a good widget: There’s no shortage of calendar widgets in the Google Play Store, but this one is free, supports to do lists and conforms beautifully with Android design guidelines.
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Thanks for the tips, I am always surprised how many new widgets apps there are available on Play Store. One particular calendar widget that I keep using is from DigiCal. Their widgets combines calendar events with weather forecasts that I find very useful.
There is a new one : Easy Contact widget
You have decided to meet the sunrise or sunset with a loved one, this widget will help you to always be aware of when the rising or setting sun.
Day and night - colorful widget that shows the appearance of the sun in the sky, and the text field shows the time of sunset (when the sun is shining) or sunrise (when the moon is shining).
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I am surprised Pure Grid Calendar is not on this list or; Premium Widgets, WinAmp Pro, Battery HD or Torch to name a few? Google My Tracks is a bonus too if you ride bikes and/or travel a lot and that is because it is the only app I have seen to accurately monitor speed and distance statistics within a click. I am running a Motorola Triumph Ginger phone that has been modified and sandwiched with ice cream though. I had Google Car before and that is nice if you have a dashboard display and feel the need to use your phone while you are driving but everything else pretty much gets owned by other applications which are far superior. *Note a widget is not a drawer button that is simply moved to the home screen for toggling. Sorry, I am a little late on this but Stumbled across it ;-)
Oh yea ! I love this widget ! I wish there were more widgets like this ... I've been carrying this widget on my home screen for more than a year and can't get enough of it ... an essential widget for my phone ! (looks beautiful on my Xperia Z)
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If you use dashclock check out my weather alerts extension: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.katzmatt.dashclock.weatheralerts
I think Easy Calendar Widget is more productive
Great! Android Widgets! Extended Controls! The best app!
The list is very rich and helpful,
I would also recommend fufinder search widget. its a costumized search bar to switch the google stock design .Its for people who really like thier device designed pretty and personalized. check them out they have many design options.
I have a new Toshiba Excite 10 running Jelly bean and I have yet to see Google Now work the way I keep hearing it is supposed to. Everyone I know with an iPhone loves Siri and, based on watching it work for them, Google Now seems like an also-ran. The fact that I have yet to HEAR Google Now speak is problem. I am not the only one who has this issue judging from hundreds of posts asking "how do you make Google Now speak?" I just wish the Google faithful would admit that the shocking lack of consistency from device to device, carrier to carrier and platform to platform makes Android a clunky mobile OS. When you don't have to root a device to get rid of bloatware, you can then correctly call Android a true open source platform. Plus, Apple supports its users. Have you ever tried to get Google to respond to an inquiry...about anything...ever. I'm currently 0 for at least 20 attempts over the past few years. It takes a lot of time and energy to get multiple Android products working and looking the way you want them, no matter how pretty the widget. Apple isn't perfect but the doe-eyed Android fanatics are also in a state of severe denial.
I just downloaded this, I like the fact that it shows more than one days worth of weather on the home screen.
IMO, one of the best Android Apps is AirDroid, click my blog below, find out more and download it (its free):
Android 4.2 also runs on the Galaxy Nexus GSM version, and the Verizon update is expected to hit soon.. just fyi
Actually, AudioManager has several nice widgets. You don't need to launch the app to make changes to audio profiles.
I would have mentioned Any.DO. A great task manager that comes with a beautiful widget. And second I would have included a Launcher (preferably Nova Launcher) because it provides extended options for widgets.