Agenda For Android Gives You A Minimalist View Of Your Calendar

Agenda For Android Gives You A Minimalist View Of Your Calendar
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Android: Agenda combines all of your calendars into a single, easy-to-scan view of all your day’s appointments. Simple swipe gestures whisk you from your monthly calendar to your weekly and daily views, or from day to day or meeting to meeting. The app offers simple views that help you get up to speed on what you have on your plate today or this week, or drill down to important details about a specific event.

When we covered the launch of Agenda for iOS, many of you asked for an Android version. The developer behind the app came through, and Agenda for Android is just as reliable as its iOS cousin. Creating events in Agenda is a single-tap operation, and all of the options you need to add an appointment are on a single screen — you don’t have to tap a series of menus to set the appointment as recurring, or to set an alarm, or change the date.

Agenda doesn’t require you to have your calendars already set up in Android via Google Calendar — it’ll automatically pull in calendar data that your phone already has and display it in its own unique interface. The app will set you back $1.99 (the same price as the iOS version), but if you use your calendar every day, it’s worth the price.

Agenda Calendar [Google Play via Savvy Apps]


  • Personally I think the design and fonts of this app are a bit off, it feels more cupcake than jellybean. I prefer simple calendar, it’s free and integrates with Gtasks

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