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
New updates for both versions of Touch Calendar, including: new high-res icons fixes for Android 4.1 fix for some issues causing inconsistent font sizes on tablets