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Default Minimal calendar widget?

Looking for a clean calendar widget that basically just shows the upcoming appointments in text, no fancy style or anything.
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I always use Simple Calendar Widget by MyColorScreen. They even have some different skins.

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Pure Calendar Info Agenda widgets

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Jorte is my favorite. With transparent all the way and in agenda view is really clean.

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Event Flow looks cool, I will try right now. You can try SolCalendar which looks really cool and Transparent Calendar Widget is also good.
 
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Ok. I bought the event flow and I'm loving it.


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Looking for a clean calendar widget that basically just shows the upcoming appointments in text, no fancy style or anything.
Check Chronus: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...tonder.chronus

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