1. tyhart44's Avatar
    I used an app on my old Palm Treo called Blue Moon that tracked floating events (last time you changed car oil, furnace filter, etc.). When I moved to the Touch Pro 2, I was able to use a Palm emulator (Styletap I believe) so that I could run that app on WinMo. So far, I haven't found a similar app on Android and am looking for help.

    The app info for iPhone can be found here - Bluemoon iPhone App Blueshift Software

    This was truly one of the most useful apps I used, and I'm having a hard time living without it. Can anyone point me towards a similar application?
    07-14-2011 11:22 PM
  2. tyhart44's Avatar
    bump. Can anyone help?
    07-18-2011 01:24 PM
  3. tyhart44's Avatar
    I guess I'm the only one who cares...bump one last time then graveyard...
    07-28-2011 11:07 AM
  4. rendle's Avatar
    I guess I'm the only one who cares...bump one last time then graveyard...
    Astrid might work for you. It has an option to have a task repeat and you can set it to repeat X days/weeks/months after last completed.
    07-28-2011 03:03 PM
  5. Polish Prince's Avatar
    Pimlical www.pimlicosoftware.com handles floating events. Same developer of the famous "Datebook" calendar software series for the Palm OS. They offer both a Desktop & Android version. I use the Desktop version of Pimlical to enter 90% of my calendar events. However, I prefer using the Gemini Android calendar to view events on my phone. Both of these can be configured to sync with your gMail calendar(s).

    Gemini is available in the Android Market. The PC & Android versions of Pimlical are available only from the website shown above.

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    07-29-2011 05:07 AM
  6. tyhart44's Avatar
    Pimlical Pimlico Software home page handles floating events. Same developer of the famous "Datebook" calendar software series for the Palm OS. They offer both a Desktop & Android version. I use the Desktop version of Pimlical to enter 90% of my calendar events. However, I prefer using the Gemini Android calendar to view events on my phone. Both of these can be configured to sync with your gMail calendar(s).

    Gemini is available in the Android Market. The PC & Android versions of Pimlical are available only from the website shown above.

    Sent from my Nexus S 4G using Tapatalk. Round stinka lardum bardle doo.
    Thank you...I will check into both!
    07-29-2011 04:39 PM

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