nanya applikasi

by taufiq ramadhan » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 06:51:47 GMT


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 pagi om modmod..
pagi suhu-suhu android
pagi rekan2 smua..

mau nanya nih ada g applikasi yang dah nyesuaikan tanggal di indonesia
misalnya hari ini libur..
jadi calender yang sync dengan remaider/event..
soalnya saya punya masalah klo hari libur suka lupa dan suka ke kampus
padalhal hari libur dah buru-buru ehh tau nya libur..
mungkin klo ada applikasi ini jadi biar mengurangi kebodohan saya..
hahahhahaa
apa bila ada yg tau mohon di share dong...


mohon bimbingannya..
aturnuhun sadayana,,,

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nanya applikasi

by Lesjaw鈩?鈾 » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 07:06:47 GMT


 idem....saya jg nyari...

idemnya...sama2 pelupa...

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pagi om modmod..
pagi suhu-suhu android
pagi rekan2 smua..

mau nanya nih ada g applikasi yang dah nyesuaikan tanggal di indonesia
misalnya hari ini libur..
jadi calender yang sync dengan remaider/event..
soalnya saya punya masalah klo hari libur suka lupa dan suka ke kampus
padalhal hari libur dah buru-buru ehh tau nya libur..
mungkin klo ada applikasi ini jadi biar mengurangi kebodohan saya..
hahahhahaa
apa bila ada yg tau mohon di share dong...


mohon bimbingannya..
aturnuhun sadayana,,,

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by Sandi Surya » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 08:03:29 GMT


 bro, bukannya di calendar ada settingan untuk hari raya di indo? Memang gak 
gitu lengkap tapi lumayan.
Coba aja bro liat di calendar-more setting-my calendar
Tinggal dienable hari libur di indonesia






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by taufiq ramadhan » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 08:51:27 GMT


 Cek k tkp dlu bru tau..
Ya klo Ada aplikasi kan lebih akurat,,
Moga2 aj yg mau buat,,
Amien




bro, bukannya di calendar ada settingan untuk hari raya di indo? Memang gak
gitu lengkap tapi lumayan.
Coba aja bro liat di calendar-more setting-my calendar
Tinggal dienable hari libur di indonesia







Regards
Sandi
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