Changes in this version: a fix for weekend days not being shown in different colours phone numbers in event titles will be turned into links, as they were in previous versions for the free version with the upgrade, a fix for the widget not recognising the upgrade correctly
You’ve probably noticed this one if you’ve updated already – Touch Calendar now has a brand new look, based on Google’s Material Design. It’s a top-to-bottom refresh of the app, with new animations and colours and a pull-out drawer allowing you to choose which calendars are shown. There are also a whole load of bug fixes in this version. Try it out, and let me know if you have any feedback.
Changes in this version: fix for blank screen when opening the app from the widget (I know some of you have been waiting a while for this one!) sharper icons for high dpi devices
Changes in this version: timezone settings: you can now specify the timezone for each event date format option added
Changes in this version: fix force close on change to a repeating event lockscreen widget added
Changes in this version: widget sizes on tablets further ‘remember last calendar’ fix for S3
This update brings a new interface for viewing and editing events on tablets. Try it in landscape and in portrait! Also, search will now work on phones in landscape as well as in portrait.
A few changes in this version: a new pop-up calendar picker, available from the action bar (or the menu on pre-Android 4.0 devices) – this replaces the old ‘select calendars’ settings page landscape cells are squarer so you can see more weeks on the screen week numbers changed to meet ISO-8601:1988 standard the help screen’s now nicer looking
Changes in this version: help screen added darker colours in later versions of Android
Translations! The new version of Touch Calendar supports the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Japanese and Simplified Chinese. Get it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.olilan.touchcalendar