Posted tagged ‘widgets’

Heaptop

May 10, 2013

≡Heaptop is a similar widget desktop to Widgetop but with a different focus. It’s about keeping all the current info in one place which are useful for the moment and your current location. It’s optimized for desktop, mobile phone and tablets and cab be customized by adding different widgets for time, calendar, location and much more. Just give it a try:

heaptop.com

or download the App on your phone or tablet:

New Widget Download: Sunset

February 2, 2009

Sunset Screenshot

This applications helps to calculate the sunrise and sunset times of your current location or each location in world on each day of the year. Enjoy planning your next holiday, trip or photo session where ever and when ever you want to go.

Go and download it from here.

Don’t miss the iPhone version of this widget:

Available in the App Store


Add to Widgetop

New Widget Download: Countries

January 26, 2009

Countries Screenshot

Do you ask yourself sometimes, where in the world is this country? This widget shows each country of the world on the map. Either select it from the list or jump around randomly.

Go and download it from here.

Don’t miss the iPhone version of this widget:

Available in the App Store


Add to Widgetop

Dock Widgetop with Fluid (Mac OS X only)

July 31, 2008

Quite a while ago we showed you how to integrate the Widgetop webtop into your Windows desktop or your Linux desktop with the help of Mozillas Prism platform. While you can use Prism to add Widgetop to your Mac there is a much better alternative – Fluid. Its current version is much better integrated into the Mac desktop then Prism (but requires Leopard though).

Just download Fluid, run it and create a new entry for Widgetop. You will get:

  • A link to Widgetop in your Programs folder.
  • Run it and you will see the Widgetop icon appear in the dock like any other Mac application. Just login to your desktop (or create a new account) and your Widgetop desktop is just a click away.
  • By choosing Convert to Embedded SSB from the Widgetop menu you can even put your widgets on the Mac desktop itself.

Hints:

  • In addition to your own Widgetop desktop you can run one or many of the shared desktops from http://www.widgetop.com/shared.html. Just give them a distinct icon for better differentiation.
  • If you want to use better icon you can download and use this:

RSS Awareness Day

May 1, 2008

RSS Awareness Day

Today is the RSS Awareness Day. Don’t miss one of our RSS feeds:

And don’t forget to check our RSS widget which makes it easy to read your RSS feeds on your Widgetop Desktop or the iPhone.

Problems solved

April 25, 2008

You might have noticed that your Widgetop desktop became quite slow lately. Especially the reload of your widgets (which fortunately shouldn’t have happened happen too often) took much longer than it should be.

We worked hard to find the bottlenecks and we succeeded. Now Widgetop should be again as fast as you expect it to be. Thanks for your patience.