If all your events just recently disappeared from Touch Calendar, this is not the app’s fault. Your calendar data is stored in the Android calendar database not by Touch Calendar, so it’s not possible for the app to lose your data. There seems to be a Google Calendar issue at the moment causing the data to disappear from some phones – Google is looking into it, see here for details: http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Calendar/thread?hl=en&tid=76214c659d3af880
If this happens to you, you may find your events are still present on Google Calendar on the web. Check at http://google.com/calendar.
Touch Calendar makes it easy to add custom repeating events including biweekly events, monthly events, and events that happen every Tuesday and Thursday.
To add a repeating event in Touch Calendar, start adding an event in the usual way (tap-and-hold on a date or use the ‘Add event’ menu item). Then scroll down in the add event screen to see the ‘Repetition’ heading. Under that you’ll see a drop-down box with options as shown here.
The repetition options
Adding a biweekly event
To add a biweekly event, you should select the “Every x weeks” option. Then you’ll see further options appear below the drop-down box, after you how often in weeks you want the event to repeat, and if you want to set an end date for the repetition.
An event every Tuesday and Friday
Alternatively, if you want to have an event repeat every Tuesday and Friday, you should select the “On selected days every week” option. You’ll then see a series of checkboxes appear for you to select which days you want the event to occur on, and again to allow you to set an end date.
Quick fix release for some force close issues that randomly pop up in some situations after installing or removing widgets.
- fix for some force close issues related to widgets
- swapped search and refresh in the menu
A fairly big update this time, with new features, fixes and widget options:
- Fix to ensure the app works without a data connection
- New option to search in description field
- Added ability to integrate search with Android Quick Search Box (Touch Calendar will now appear under ‘Searchable items’ in your phone’s search settings)
- New option for time format with shorter time formats
- Widget: added time format options
- Widget: fix for issue where taps on widget went to the wrong day
- Widget is now resizable in Android 3.1
A new version of the free app after some time!
- the expiry time of the app has been removed. If you have an earlier version you must upgrade to this one before 31st May 2011 or it will expire.
- “Add Event” has been moved to the front of the menu
- Fix for issue on Honeycomb where tapping events would not open them
- Font size increase on tablets