Today - A fresh new perspective on a calendar app

We all have a calendar on our smartphones and I haven't seen lots of people use it. Most of the time we don't pay attention to it and rightly so because let's face it, it sucks.

During out live Sunday Afternoon Hangout #74 #ACSAH I featured my weekly app called Today from Jack Underwood. The app does have a free and paid version like many on the Google Play Store, but I'll simply provide the pay version because I believe that Jack deserves.

I personally love the application and it's been my go to app ever since I saw it on the Google Play Store. This is the latest release. You may wonder why this is working out for me but for that, you'll need to read on.

I personally like an app that features an agenda list of the events, meetings, appointments and whatever else I have in my calendar for the day. Making it available via a widget is even better for me.

The layout of the application and the widgets has enabled me to know what`s happening on multiple fronts, from Facebook, to birthdays, to life events.

As some of you already know, I like to also integrate elements of my customization with each other. Here's a screen capture of how I've used Today in one of my screen.

At the top your able to see that I have a weekly view and just below the agenda for the day. It blends in with my current theme and design. Slick looking, appealing and just damn sexy.

This allows me to glance a the information easily and even make adjustment, add and remove items.

+Jack Underwood has done great work with in and I can't say to him how much this just works. I know that there's many other options out there but here's the thing, once you've found something that works, stick with it and that's what I'm doing.

Now that I'm looking at my own screen capture, I've noticed I may have too many agenda selected as I have stuff that's repeating itself. I'll have to correct that!

You have the ability to display only the calendars that you want or need. There's no need to have everything selected. Which eliminates the mess. Among the various settings, you can configure the app for various notification on the events that you do have in your calendar, making it easy to know what's what.

If your interested, you can take a look at other screen captures I've done about the application.