Create dynamic, interactive widgets for any website and more

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  • 28 Jun 2012
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  • As users of the Android platform the widgets we place on our homescreens are very important for obtaining useful information and interacting with apps. As the links to favorite sites are so valuable I am sure you will appreciate the application that I propose.

    Fahrbot Utilities

    Fahrbot Utilities have some very useful apps in their portfolio. Their latest release, called Meta Widget, can turn virtually any online content into dynamic, interactive widgets. You will have multiple options for customization and interaction methods. After installing Meta Widget don’t try to find the app in the drawer but use it from the widgets menu. You then interact with a browser-style interface to customize the detailed content you want displayed. You will be accompanied by an interactive guide at each step so you should not worry about finding all the options. You can select anything: links, pictures, text and other elements using the dedicated buttons to switch between things you can add. Once the content has been selected we can customize the look and interaction behavior by adjusting the text size, alignment, background, update frequency etc. We can determine the behavior when touching the title or content.

    Meta Widget

    You can either get the Free version of Meta Widget or purchase the Full version and unlock the complete functionality.

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