Since the introduction of expandable notifications in Jelly Bean, the shade has increasingly become the home for widgets and easy-access controls. StatusAgenda brings this concept to your calendar, creating a persistent list of upcoming events accessible from anywhere in the operating system.

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At the moment, the app is pretty barebones, but it doesn't need too much fluff. You can choose from either a larger or more compact layout, and the list of events can be collapsed with the regular gestures you use to open and close expandable notifications. StatusAgenda is free on the Play Store, and still listed as a beta for the moment. Planned features for the future include the ability to select which sub-calendars to show, though at the moment all events are enabled.

Eric Ravenscraft
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  • Jordan Richesin

    This seems nice for us Galaxy users. I have had some problems with my expandable notifications

  • PCSievers

    Beta is beta so I have noticed at least one bug already but I really like it as a great alternative to the same kind of thing as a homescreen widget. Awesome for us homescreen minimalists.

  • Cyrill Kunze

    Please write error reports to statusagenda@gmail.com! Thanks for your support! :)

  • eleazar

    Love the idea of this app. I can't wait for more customization (ie. being able to choose which calendar is displayed, and how many appointments to display without having to expand the notification).

    I'd gladly pay for a pro version with more options :)

  • http://petercast.net Peterson Silva

    Oooh that's one of those things you didn't know you wanted! Awesome!!!

  • Murtaza Khaliq

    Brilliant App!!
    I have a few suggestions though:
    - Ability to choose other calenders such as Digical
    - Ability to choose what period to display (certain number of days or a week etc)