The free edition of CodeSector's Neat Calendar is a versatile primary lock screen widget for Android that integrates with Google Calendar. The widget shows the time, date, and upcoming events from your Google Calendar as well as customizable calendars displaying birthdays, holidays, and more. Tapping the icon opens Google Calendar, too.
Harder to miss events: With Neat Calendar's custom calendars associated with your lock screen, you're more likely to notice upcoming events like birthdays and deadlines.
Easy to add events: Neat Calendar offers several ways to add and manage events, including directly from the widget, from Neat Calendar's app interface, or from Google Calendar.
Could be more intuitive: It's not difficult to set up Neat Calendar by any means, but we found a visit to CodeSector's Web site helpful.
Free with limitations: The free widget doesn't include all of Neat Calendar's features. A Pro upgrade adds features like event location and time and date format, but that seems like a tough sell since you could opt to use the free Google Calendar instead.
Neat Calendar is like any widget, calendar, or workspace organizer: You have to try it to see if it works for you. The ones that do can really pull their weight. But if you like the sound of Neat Calendar, we think you'll like the widget, too.
From Code Sector:
Simple and clean agenda widget designed to be a primary lockscreen widget. It shows current date and time together with events from your Google calendar. Swipe down to expand the widget to the entire lockscreen. You can customize events, dates, size and more.