Notification Calendar puts your calendar in your notifications. At a glance view your month, week, or agenda.
There are three types of calendars you can view:
- This will view an entire month, toggling will show the next or previous months.
- This will view the current week. Toggling is not currently an option.
- Shows up to 10 events for the current date as well as an indication of how many more events exist for that date if more than 10 exist.
- The Agenda is a paid feature (see below for details)
Selecting None will turn off Notification Calendar.
Styling the icon can be done a a few ways. First is showing or hiding the icon which has some side effects. The Android OS will prevent notifications from showing at the top and expanded if the icon is hidden. So choosing Hide Icon will make the calendar show at the bottom of your notifications. Show Icon will show the icon selected at the bottom where “Current Day & Date” is chosen.
When a notification appears at the bottom if will likely show collapsed. Just drag down on the notification to expand it out. You can pinch your fingers together on the notification to collapse it back again. Google has improved this in Android N with a dedicated expand collapse section of the notification. Much improved in our opinion.
The icon choices are:
- Default Icon
- Current Date
- Current Day
- Current Day and Date
The current day indicator can be invisible, an outline, or a solid shape. The only other option is to start the month or week on Mondays.
If you dare you can set the notification priority manually. This will override the defaults used my Notification Calendar and could make your calendars appear differently if you so desire.
There are a few perks to paid features:
- Color Customization
- Customize almost every part of each notification (Month, Week, and Agenda)
- Calendar Syncing
- Supporting future development and improvements
- Development takes lots of time and we appreciate your support.
We sincerely hope you enjoy Notification Calendar!
We don’t care about your data and will never share it with anyone, ever.