French Revolutionary Calendar

French Revolutionary Calendar


Resizable widget which displays the current date and time in the French Revolutionary calendar. The widget supports the following preferences:
* Whether to display the current time, or the name of the object for that day of the year (ex: grape).
* Calculation method: method used to determine the first day of the year: Either based on the autumn equinox, or the Romme method.
* Language of the calendar (limited to just a few languages for now).

Other features;
* Possibility to share the information about the current date.
* By default, the color of the scroll is different for each month. But you can also choose the color.
* You can choose to display the date on your smartwatch if you have a supported phone.
* You can add the widget to your lock screen (on supported devices).

Three widget styles:
* Horizontal parchment
* Vertical parchment
* Minimalist

Recent changes:
1.6.1: Translated the app into Italian.

1.6.0: Translated calendar (not app settings) into Italian.

1.5.1: Fixed bug where widget could not be added.

1.5.0: Widget available on the lock screen on supported devices.

1.4.1: Added a preference for the widget/watch notification color

1.4.0: Added an optional notification for smartwatches, on supported phones.

1.3.0: Added a minimalist widget style

1.2.2/1.2.3: Prevent installation on external storage

1.2.1: Bug fixes
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4.3
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Installs
1,000+
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File size
1861 kb
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About French Revolutionary Calendar
Resizable widget which displays the current date and time in the French Revolutionary calendar. The widget supports the following preferences:
* Whether to display the current time, or the name of the object for that day of the year (ex: grape).
* Calculation method: method used to determine the first day of the year: Either based on the autumn equinox, or the Romme method.
* Language of the calendar (limited to just a few languages for now).

Other features;
* Possibility to share the information about the current date.
* By default, the color of the scroll is different for each month. But you can also choose the color.
* You can choose to display the date on your smartwatch if you have a supported phone.
* You can add the widget to your lock screen (on supported devices).

Three widget styles:
* Horizontal parchment
* Vertical parchment
* Minimalist

Recent changes:
1.6.1: Translated the app into Italian.

1.6.0: Translated calendar (not app settings) into Italian.

1.5.1: Fixed bug where widget could not be added.

1.5.0: Widget available on the lock screen on supported devices.

1.4.1: Added a preference for the widget/watch notification color

1.4.0: Added an optional notification for smartwatches, on supported phones.

1.3.0: Added a minimalist widget style

1.2.2/1.2.3: Prevent installation on external storage

1.2.1: Bug fixes

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A Google User
Nov 15, 2014
Sympa! "Ah! ça ira, ça ira, ça ira." Installé un Quartidi, 24 Brumaire 223.
A Google User
Nov 8, 2014
Trop cool Très utile et unique, je l'aime beaucoup! Une chose, c'est possible d'ajouter une option de choisir un style plus minimaliste, comme celui de l'horloge défaut? Juste une version sans rôle et avec une autre fonte? Merci beaucoup, en tout cas :)
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
Doesn't work Initially the widget didn't appear in my app list so I rebooted. It now appears but when I try to use it by putting it on my phone "desktop" it vanishes like it's crashing.
A Google User
Apr 19, 2014
Cool
A Google User
Oct 14, 2012
Énorme ! Très sympa. Le système horaire est un peu plus perturbant. Pouvoir afficher le nom du jour de l'année à la place serait intéressant. :)