Minimal Any.do Widget

Minimal Any.do Widget


This is a widget for the task app Any.do. It simply takes your tasks from Any.do and lists them on your home screen. You can change the text and background colour of the widget, the font style and size, and the opacity of the background.

Tasks can be sorted into the due date categories (Today, Tomorrow, Upcoming, and Someday), or your own custom folders, just as they are in the Any.do app. Priority tasks can also be displayed and customised.

Languages currently supported are English, Chinese, French, Italian, Russian, and German.

We hope to keep updating the widget in the future, so leave a comment if yo'd like something added or changed.

This widget requires that the app Any.do is installed on your phone.

NOTE: Some people are having the widget crash when they try to add it to the homescreen. I haven't been able to identify the cause, but it seems that if you uninstall the app and then reinstall it the problem goes away. If you do this and the problem persists, please send me an email and I'll look into it further.

Recent changes:
1.32
- German translation added (Thanks to Rodney Holinger for translating!)
- Improvement to colour picker to make the options clearer

1.31
- Bug fixes

1.3
- Lock screen widget enabled
- The color of the background, text, and priority tasks can now be selected
- Priority tasks can now be shown in different ways
- Users can now choosehow many tasks to display, as well as select which date categories to show
- Multiple widgets now possible
- Bulletpoints on tasks can be turned off
- Bug fixes
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3.7
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2028
Installs
100,000+
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File size
248 kb
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About Minimal Any.do Widget
This is a widget for the task app Any.do. It simply takes your tasks from Any.do and lists them on your home screen. You can change the text and background colour of the widget, the font style and size, and the opacity of the background.

Tasks can be sorted into the due date categories (Today, Tomorrow, Upcoming, and Someday), or your own custom folders, just as they are in the Any.do app. Priority tasks can also be displayed and customised.

Languages currently supported are English, Chinese, French, Italian, Russian, and German.

We hope to keep updating the widget in the future, so leave a comment if yo'd like something added or changed.

This widget requires that the app Any.do is installed on your phone.

NOTE: Some people are having the widget crash when they try to add it to the homescreen. I haven't been able to identify the cause, but it seems that if you uninstall the app and then reinstall it the problem goes away. If you do this and the problem persists, please send me an email and I'll look into it further.

Recent changes:
1.32
- German translation added (Thanks to Rodney Holinger for translating!)
- Improvement to colour picker to make the options clearer

1.31
- Bug fixes

1.3
- Lock screen widget enabled
- The color of the background, text, and priority tasks can now be selected
- Priority tasks can now be shown in different ways
- Users can now choosehow many tasks to display, as well as select which date categories to show
- Multiple widgets now possible
- Bulletpoints on tasks can be turned off
- Bug fixes

User reviews of Minimal Any.do Widget
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 1, 2015
Crashes
A Google User
Feb 19, 2015
White color Can you add white color option for text
A Google User
Feb 17, 2015
Pretty but flawed This is exactly what I wanted from an Any.do widget as far as looks, but it has issues with updating. I usually have to press it and open Any.do to get the widget to update, and that's aggravating.
A Google User
Feb 10, 2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
Unfortunately not supported on Lollipop Update: unfortunately it does not support ART which Android 5.0 uses ------Always disliked any do's widget theme, just tried my luck for a third-party widget and found exactly what I wanted!