Set Calendar Colors

Set Calendar Colors


Set Calendar Colors allows you to change the colors of your Android calendars.

You select the calendar, and a color picker helps you to select your color.
You can automatically synchronize your calendar colors to your Google calendar web application. (Android 2.2 at leaset is needed)
You can also backup and restore your colors after a factory reset.

If you have any suggestions or bugs to report, please send us an email.
If you want to translate Set Calendar Colors to a new language, send us an email, and we will provide you with a file to translate. (Thanks!)

Here is the list of all needed permissions and why we need them:
* READ_CALENDAR : allow us to read current calendar colors.
* WRITE_CALENDAR : allow us to write new colors to your calendars.
* WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE : allow us to save a backup of your calendar colors.
* GET_ACCOUNTS/USE_CREDENTIALS : allow us to connect to your online Google Calendar on your behalf and to synchronize the newly selected colors.
* INTERNET : allow us to access internet to connect to your online Google Calendar. Also, if the application crash, we'll use your internet to send a short and anonymous crash report in order to detect and fix the problem.

Recent changes:
SetCalendarColors is now fully compliant with Android Ice Cream Sandwich
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4.3
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100,000+
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File size
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About Set Calendar Colors
Set Calendar Colors allows you to change the colors of your Android calendars.

You select the calendar, and a color picker helps you to select your color.
You can automatically synchronize your calendar colors to your Google calendar web application. (Android 2.2 at leaset is needed)
You can also backup and restore your colors after a factory reset.

If you have any suggestions or bugs to report, please send us an email.
If you want to translate Set Calendar Colors to a new language, send us an email, and we will provide you with a file to translate. (Thanks!)

Here is the list of all needed permissions and why we need them:
* READ_CALENDAR : allow us to read current calendar colors.
* WRITE_CALENDAR : allow us to write new colors to your calendars.
* WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE : allow us to save a backup of your calendar colors.
* GET_ACCOUNTS/USE_CREDENTIALS : allow us to connect to your online Google Calendar on your behalf and to synchronize the newly selected colors.
* INTERNET : allow us to access internet to connect to your online Google Calendar. Also, if the application crash, we'll use your internet to send a short and anonymous crash report in order to detect and fix the problem.

Recent changes:
SetCalendarColors is now fully compliant with Android Ice Cream Sandwich

User reviews of Set Calendar Colors
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A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
ALBERTA ALI 12/8/2014
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Seems to works as it says, fingers crossed it sticks. Some random widget changes these colours without me even knowing they're system/account settings, but google provides zero way to edit this stuff.. fail, google, fail.
A Google User
Dec 6, 2014
:( Love the idea but colors don't stay the color I set. Very disappointed
A Google User
Dec 4, 2014
Works fine, but not for detailed work. If you want to make exact color matches (for example by typing in the color hex code), this app will not let you do this. It just gives you the standard android color picker app and you must select from the panel using your finger.
A Google User
Nov 29, 2014
Does exactly what it advertises! Set Calendar Colors allows me to change the color of any of my calendars, even if Google Calendar won't allow you. I use this for my Exchange account, which is either an ugly shade of teal or dark green. I want it to be a shade of blue, which happens to be one of my school's colors. The change is permanent, but you can easily open the app again to change the color. My only complaint is that you can't manually enter a color. I wanted to manually enter the coordinates of Google's shade of Blueberry.