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Nimipäivät © Helsingin yliopisto.
This is a full-featured Finnish Calendar for Android. With this product you can manage the same events as with the standard Android calendar, but in addition you will get a great overview over the current month. The calendar is very fast, and includes great features like overview/detail mode, searching for events and jumping to specific dates. Of course this application does not contain any advertisements.
Please try the test version (Suomalainen Calendar – test version, free of charge) of this product to evaluate if the product works well on your device and suit your needs, before considering buying this full version. The test version is limited to only manage events up to the current date. If this test version does not work well you are very welcome to tell us at email@example.com in English or Swedish, and we will examine if we can correct the problem.
✓ Events can be created/edited/deleted on the same accounts as the standard Android calendar, e.g. a Google calendar account
✓ Copy/Paste events
✓ Three different event text sizes
✓ Built-in Finnish/Finnish-Swedish holidays and namesdays
✓ Built-in flag days for Finland
✓ Built-in summertime/wintertime day notes
✓ Built-in holidays also for England/Wales/Scotland/Ireland/Norway/Sweden/France/Germany/Denmark
✓ Built-in flag days also for England/Wales/Scotland/Norway/Sweden/Germany/Denmark
✓ Built-in namesdays also for Denmark/Norway/Sweden/France/Germany/France
✓ Built-in moon phases 2011-2022
✓ Clear Inspection view of the full event with hyperlinks when appropriate
✓ Context menus to add/delete/edit event
✓ Extensive user settings
✓ Two widgets: The small one showing three next upcoming events, the big showing more events, holiday info etc.
✓ Switch rapidly between different months/days by pressing icon buttons or by swiping your finger left/right over the display
✓ The home icon button takes you directly to todays date
✓ Calendar event colors can be selected per calendar account
✓ You can select which calendar accounts you want to show/sync/colorize per calendar
✓ Week numbers are built-in. Support both for EU and US week number systems
✓ Menu functions to jump to selected date or week number.
✓ Powerful search function
✓ You can double-click to toggle between overview/details of the month
✓ Reminder supported with alerts using the standard calendar function
✓ Both portrait and landscape mode are supported
The calendar is tested and designed for phones running Android from version 2.1 up to the latest version of Android 4, using several different brands of devices. Furthermore, it is tested with Google- and Exchange accounts, but not with other remote calendar account types.
The space in the application description is limited. Please read at the web site for a more complete description of this application.
Note that we now have evolved our other multinational product called "Suomalainen Kalenteri/fi" to contain the same localized Finnish and Swedish content. You can use any of the products you want, but do not buy both. Of course we will refund the purchase of this product if you show us that you have bought both the products.
Note: Support is only given in Swedish or English. Please contact us in one of these languages.
Namesdays © Helsinki University.
This product has the rights to use the namedays from Helsinki University.
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Note: To use widgets the application must be installed/moved to internal memory!
Version 8.0-8.1 highlights:
1. Moon phases 2011-2022
2. The new User Interface now is default for new installations
3. The current day/month remains when the device is rotated
4. Android 2.1 fix.
Android workaround: Android 4.1 reports all account event colors with faulty transparency (100% transparent) making the colors invisible. Now we correct this Android fault by removing the transparency