Notice: this widget is only supported by EZ Launcher, If you want to use on default or other launcher,please try Ez Weather! We have change weather source in V1.9.5 beta 1, if you could not load weather data after update, please remove the ...Read more
Notice: this widget is only supported by EZ Launcher, If you want to use on default or other launcher,please try
We have change weather source in V1.9.5 beta 1, if you could not load weather data after update, please remove the widget and add a new one.
3 type widget contain Clock(4X1),Weather & forecast(4X1),Weather & Clock(4X2).
It features: ============ 12/24 hour clock Auto-located to district Weather & Forecast Open your alarm from widget.
tap on time->clock and alarm setting tap on weather icon->Setting
Widgets on Android work a bit differently than a normal application. Unlike regular programs they don't just install themselves in the application tray so you have to add them manually. They will not open or launch.
Here's how to add a widget on your Android home screen.
STEPS HOW TO ADD A WIDGET ========================== 1.On your Android home screen, tap any blank or “empty” area with size 4X1 or 4x2 and hold down your finger. 2.An “Add to Home screen” window will pop up. From that window, tap “EZ Widgets”. 3.You’ll be presented with a list of all the installed Widgets on your Android device. 4.Select the widget to add to your home screen by tapping it.
Notes ===== "Time frozen/not updating"-> taskiller killed the clock(exclude it from taskillers) ROM users-> make sure the widget is NOT moved on SD card. Widgets are not supposed to be on SD card. Move it back to the phone storage. Weather hint: If auto get location failure，please set your city in "Settings" manually Can't open alarm:please tell us your phone model.
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UPDATED ON: Mar 5, 2014
INSTALLATIONS: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
LATEST VERSION: v1.9.6
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 2.1 and up
precise (GPS) location
Access precise location sources such as the Global Positioning System on the phone, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.
full Internet access
Allows an application to create network sockets.