Telugu Calendar 2018 Apk
A Telugu calendar of 2018 with Widget (Home screen widgets) of date related data in Telugu for years 2017 and 2018
Widgets text color is configurable between white or black colors.
Widgets background transparency or opacity can be configured using applications widget settings option.
Widget clock can be None (No Clock) / Digital / Analog watch faces
Time widget is having analogue clock option with different clock faces.
Two widgets are present with configurable data of Tithi తిథి, Masam మాసము, Samvatsaram సంవత్సరము, Shakam శకము, Nakshatramu నక్షత్రము, Yogam యోగము, karanamu కరణము, Surya rasi సూర్యరాశి, Chandra rasi చంద్రరాశి, Rahu kalam (రాహుకాలం), Yamagandam (యమగండం), Gulika (గుళిక) and Hora (హోర) detail exists.
Full day view with Tithi, Masam, Samvatsaram, Shakam, Nakshatramu, Yogam, karanamu, Surya rasi, Chandra rasi, Rahu kalam, Yamagandam, Gulika and Hora detail are present.
Copy, WhatsApp share features are present in Today full detail.
For Ekadasi (ఏకా దశి) notification, enable notifications in widget settings.
Separate notifications implemented for Muhurats (ముహూర్తాలు), Ekadasi(ఏకాదశి), Masa shivratri (మహా శివరాత్రి) and Alwar/Azhwar (అళ్వారులు) birthday notifications.
At least one active widget should be present in home screen to get notifications.
The reminders feature implemented to add Ekadasi, Masa shivaratri and Alwar detail events to system calendar reminders.
“+” Next day morning
బ – Krishna Paksha (The first fortnight between New Moon Day and Full Moon Day)
శు – Shukla Paksha (The period of the brightening moon (waxing moon), and the second fortnight of the month)
రాహు – Rahukaalam (The period of Rahu is a certain period of time every day that is considered inauspicious for any new venture)
దు – Durmuhurtham (Inauspicious)
వ – Varjyam / Nakshatra Thiyajam (An inauspicious time of approximately 1 hour and 36 minutes every day)
● – Amavasya (Dark moon)
O – Pournami (Full moon)
Tithi and Nakshatra timings are the end timings. The start time of a Tithi and Nakshatra will be the end time of the previous Tithi and Nakshatra.
More than 24:00 indicates next day (ex: 30:10 indicates 6:10 am next day).
|Developer||Chandra kanth Injamuri|
|Published||Nov 8, 2017|