#N9Hacks: Calendar Feed (App)

| January 5, 2012 | 8 Replies

The Events screen on the N9 is very helpful in showing whats happening in your life, whether it be social updates, meetings and reminders for the day, or as an overview of notifications awaiting response. The sad thing is though, the Events screen only displays the calendar information for the current day. It is handy to see what is coming up, so you can easily plan things ahead of time.

This is where Calendar Feed comes into play. This handy app fills the Events screen with up to 5 upcoming events. You can specify which calendar to use, and how far in advance you wish to display the items (up to one month). To-dos can also be included in this screen if enabled. Update your calendar frequently? No worries. The app has auto-refresh, with user set intervals so your feed will always be up to date.

The app is always running, with the configuration of the app coming from the Settings menu (Settings > Applications > Calendar Feed ).

I have been using this mod for about a month now, and I must admit, I can’t imagine going back.

Get it from the Nokia Store now!

Michael

Source: Nokia Store

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Category: Applications, MeeGo, N9 Hacks, N9Apps, Nokia, Nseries

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Hi! My name is Michael. Like the others, I'm also a Student, living here in Sydney. I have a real passion for the latest technology and I'm a real Nokia buff! My aim is to keep those of you, like myself, updated with the latest in what's going on in the Nokia World. Currently sporting N9 & Lumia 820, with other Nokia devices in my posession. Get in touch on Twitter via @MFaroTusino, Google Plus or even simply drop me an email at mike.mnb[at]outlook.com or tips[at]mynokiablog.com

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  1. os says:

    Nice app!!!
    also, MOLOME is now available at the nokia store!! wohooo…!!

  2. buzzinga / jody says:

    thanks keeping n9 community alive :)

  3. inajoba says:

    I personally feel the Organiser Feed app is better as it shows individual calendar events while the Calendar Feed lumps all calendar events for one day into one.

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