We are all familiar with the concept of a wall calendar. Something that looks like the image above. It has been used for many decades to help visualize the dates in the month, and allow people to plan the month accordingly.
It served the purpose in the times when schedules where simple, and events and meetings could simply be written on to the calendar in the boxes.
However, in todays age where calendars are on our smartphones and events are constantly being added and updated this is no longer feasible.So most people have simply moved on to using their smart phone as their calendar of choice.
But the main purpose of these wall calendars was to keep the whole family aware of the family events and schedules at one single glance.
Wouldn?t it be perfect to have a digital wall calendar that synced with your family Google calendar to display events for the whole family to see. And also keep that visually pleasing with amazing backgrounds or family photos. Well, that is exactly what is possible with Mango Display.
Using the Mango Display Android App you can use any tablet as a calendar display.
If you want a larger screen for your electronic wall calendar you can use the Mango Display App for Fire TV. Simply use a Fire TV stick on any HDMI display of your choice.
From a format perspective you can choose calendars in Monthly view, Weekly view & List view with many more options being added.
For the background images you can choose images from included Unsplash categories, like Nature, Night Sky, Architecture and more. Or you can make it more personal and choose images from your family photo albums in Google or Apple Photos.
Oh, and you can also add weather and clock widgets to it, along with many other widgets. So you can personalize the wall calendar the way you want it. Events get updated automatically, allows everyone in the family to be aware of the upcoming schedule and events.
This personalized electronic wall display can help bring some clear and beautiful schedule visibility to help with the busy and chaotic lives that we all live today.
Originally published at https://mangodisplay.com on February 16, 2020.