This app displays a tabular calendar view and a list view of South African public holidays and school holidays 2013 and 2014(*). Use "double-tap" to add local holidays. Choose from 20 different calendar styles. Watch statistics like total number of school days, work days etc.
Requires a display of sufficient size and resolution.
(*) All data without guarantee.
1) Drag horizontally to change year.
2) Menu / flip to switch between text and calendar view.
2) Menu / settings / country to choose region.
3) Menu / settings / teacher to choose student or teacher mode.
4) Menu / settings / style to select the colors for the current year. Tap anywhere on the calendar or use "back" to leave the style dialog.
5) Double-tap on a day in the calendar view to change its color ((*)=hatched) as follows:
a) work/school -> school holiday (*) -> public holiday (*) -> school/work
b) school holiday -> public holiday (*) -> school holiday
c) saturday -> public holiday (*) -> saturday
6) If "double-tap" hits two different days the complete range will behave as the first day would have on a double-tap.
Data will be saved on region or mode change.
Privacy + Ads + In-App-Billing:
This app contains ads. A small donation via In-App-Billing keeps the app from displaying ads. This app contains third party libraries from Google Analytics and Google AdMob. If you don't like this, don't use this app. For details consult the privacy statement via Google Play or from within the app via Menu/Info.
Usage: Public holidays, school holidays, calendar, pocket calendar, yearly calendar, table calendar, holiday calendar, holiday planner, yearly planner.
Holidays: New Year's Day, Human Rights Day, Freedom Day, Workers' Day, Youth Day, National Women's Day, Heritage Day, Day of Reconciliation, Christmas Day, Day of Goodwill, Good Friday, Family Day, Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn, Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, Term 4.
Regions: South Africa (ZA), Freestate, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, North West, Limpopo, Eastern Cape, Kwazulu Natal, Northern Cape, Western Cape.
Modes: Teacher, Students.
Years: 2013, 2014
Devices (recommended): Smartphone 4''++, 800x480 px ++ and stylus or tablet PC.