FAQ: why are some of my calendars not visible in Touch Calendar?

Touch Calendar displays calendar data from your phone’s calendar database.  This means that syncing of calendars is done by your phone and must be turned on in your phone’s settings. If you have no calendars or syncing set up, go to your phone’s settings, then Accounts & Sync, and set up the accounts you want to sync from. If you’ve already done this but can’t see the calendars you’re expecting, you may need to check the calendar sync settings. Usually these settings are accessed from your phone’s built-in calendar. Go to the built-in calendar and look for something like a…

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FAQ: How do I add the Touch Calendar widget to my home screen?

How you add the widget to your homescreen depends on what phone you have. On Android phones running Gingerbread (Android 2.3) or earlier, find an empty space on your home screen and tap-and-hold on it. A menu should pop up with a “Widget” option. Tapping that will bring up a list on which you should find Touch Calendar widget of various sizes. On tablets running Honeycomb or devices running Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) such as the Galaxy Nexus, bring up the app launcher then tap where it says Widgets. Then find the Touch Calendar widget and tap-and-hold on it…

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FAQ: How do you change the event text colour in Touch Calendar?

Event colours come from the calendar. The usual way to get events in different colours is to use calendars from your Google account. You can go to http://google.com/calendar on the web to change calendar colours and add new colours. To add a new calendar: click the little triangle / down arrow to the right of “My calendars”. Click ‘Create new calendar’. To change a calendar’s colour: See under “My calendars” on the left in Google Calendar for the list of calendars, move your mouse to the right of the calendar name, and click the little triangle that appears to the right…

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Touch Calendar comes out of beta!

Touch Calendar has finished its beta and the official version is now available on the Android Market! There are now two versions of Touch Calendar on the Market.  The full version is just called “Touch Calendar” and has an introductory price of £1.  It has all the features from the beta and adds home-screen widgets for the first time.  New features will also be added to the full version on a regular basis. The beta version that many of you will already have installed has now become “Touch Calendar Free”. Rest assured it retains all the features from the beta…

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Happy New Year!

Well, 2010 was a big year for apps by olilan: two apps launched, website and user group set up, and lots of releases to the Android Market. Thanks to everyone who’s tried and used Searchify and Touch Calendar, and for all the suggestions and feedback. Hope you’ve had a good year too, and that 2011 is everything you want it to be

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