19 Feb

AgendaZ is a homebrew Calendar viewer app released by MetaViewSoft.

This application allows you to view your calendar entries for several days on one screen with an easy to read interface.

When you first open the application it will pull in all the Calendars information from the various accounts that synergy is pulling calendars from and will display on-screen.

There is a month calendar at the side, with the date, day of week, week number, time and that months calendar. On the other side of the screen are your upcoming appointments. Including their length and for closer events the number of hours and minutes uptil it starts. 

The application offers hundreds of preferences to tweak and change the application. You can remove calendars from the display if you wish and you can even have the application auto boot itself at the start of a new day. the only thing I wished the option had was a bigger selections of backgrounds.

Agendaz does not allow you to add appointments, it is only a view. However, click on an appointment on the screen and it will take you directly to it in the webOS Calendar application.

The user interface is clean and does the job.

As a bonus the calendar is available in Exhibition mode, so great for leaving charging on a desk or waking up to in the morning.

On the upside:

  • Nice and clean user interface.
  • Simple to keep track of your Calendar.
  • It is free.

On the downside:

  • Some theme or addition backgrounds would have been nice.
  • I would have liked to add appointments within the application.

Overall, this is a good calendar application. It offers nothing that you cannot do in the webOS calendar, but lets be honest the webOS calendar is sometimes slow to navigate and very plain. I have seen other applications that do less than this being sold for a dollar. This application is well worth having if you use your calendar a lot.

Rating: 80%

Size: 1.65 MB

Price (at time of review): Free via Homebrew

Link: AgendaZ – MetaViewSoft

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Posted by on February 19, 2012 in App - Life Style, Homebrew, Reviews, Touchpad, webOS


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