Windows 8, 10 App Check: Gardener’s Calendar
The recently released Gardener’s Calendar app for Windows 8 in the Windows Store is one of the best gardening tools to be used with your Windows 8 tablet. Gardening and technology wonderfully mixed together!
The Gardener’s Calendar app for Windows Phone users has been very popular and now the developer has decided to bring it in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users, as well. So, those of you who own a Windows 8 tablet and are looking to make some smart gardening, then you really need to download this useful app that reminds you now to forget watering plants.
Improve the care of your garden and houseplants with Gardener’s Calendar for Windows 8. This Windows 8 app works by customizing the most important activities to the moon cycle. Also, there’s Windows 8.1 support, as the app works with Live Tiles in all supported sizes which means you can take care of your plans without having to open the app itself.
Gardener’s calendar provide the best way, to synchronize your garden care with the moon cycles. Moons gravity influence soil water and growth of the flowers and herbs. If you start to follow laws of the nature, you will see great results in growth and quality of your garden or indoor plants. This application will provide you information, when is the best day for planting, sowing, watering or mow the lawn.
You can check out the weather forecast for the next few days at your location, which is a specific feature for the Windows 8 app and isn’t present in the Windows Phone version. Here are some other important features that the app comes with:
- Daily list of events
- Weekly and monthly review
- 11 different activities associated with the cycle of the moon
- Support for multiple languages – English, German, Hungarian, Czech, Slovak
- 10-day weather forecast based on GPS device position
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