Why use a boring calendar widget that only has words when a picture can tell the story better?
Blik reads your calendar and *automatically* shows the best picture for each event. You see a picture, the start time, and an important word from every event so that you can see what's coming up on your agenda.
You end up with a quick visual guide to your upcoming events. Your calendar has never been easier to "read".
The free/trial version of Blik comes with 350+ pictures and 700+ keywords rules.
The Pro version unlocks another 300+ keyword rules so that your calendar events are matched up to pictures even better.
You can create your own keyword rules for single calendar events in the free/trial version and in the Pro version you can create your own keyword rules that apply to all your calendar events.
Check out the Blik Settings screen under the Help section for helpful Tips (like how to subscribe to a holiday calendar).
Your personal information (READ_CALENDAR) - required to get calendar event information.
Network communication (INTERNET and ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE) - required for Pro License Key check; advertising in free version.
> Crashes can happen on the Samsung Edge.
> Facebook events may be displayed with incorrect starting times. Use Blik Advanced Setting value to manually adjust the display for all Facebook start times.
> Facebook declined events will still show up.
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If your phone is showing events off by an hour, you may need to power it down and reboot so that your phone picks up the time change from your cell provider.
-- Important Note --
If you are having problems with your calendar events not syncing, go to http://android.joeprogrammer.com/blikhelp/synchelp.html for information and instructions on how to correct the problem.
> Reduced memory use (one event list across all widget layouts now)
> Fixed possible freeze when events change
> Fixed possible memory leak
> Other fixes/improvements to code
> Adaptive drawing for widget height
> Access to Feedback and Settings from Blik app
full change list: http://android.joeprogrammer.com/blikrelnotes.html