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    Default 'Calendar for NC' Lets You Configure How Calendar Events Appear in Notification Center

    If you use your Calendar application on your iOS device to keep track of upcoming events, then you should definitely consider taking a look at a new Notification Center add-on called Calendar for NC by iOS developer VladMax Soft.

    This add-on will allow you to display multiple days of calendar events in Notification Center at once, making for a much clearer overview of your upcoming events. Best of all, you can customize the way they appear.

    The add-on is easily enabled after installation by dragging it into Notification Center from the Notification Center preferences pane in the Settings application:

    The add-on comes with good number of settings that you can configure to your liking from the add-on's preferences pane in the Settings application, which is shown below:

    From here, you can do various things such as control the maximum height of the calendar events widget in Notification Center, choose the Calendar application to use (third-party calendar applications are supported), pick the number of days ahead to show, pick the maximum number of events to display at once, configure the contents of each notification, configure the text size and color for the name, location, date, and time, and finally, configure the icon that you want to use for each notification.

    If you swipe right on any of your calendar events in Notification Center, it will open your Calendar application (or a third-party calendar application if you chose a third-party calendar application in the settings for the tweak).

    It is worth mentioning that if you already own Calendar for Lockscreen, then Calendar for NC is a free download for you. Conversely, if you buy Calendar for NC, then you will also be able to download Calendar for Lockscreen for free. The two tweaks work great with one another to bring you a better calendar experience in iOS 7.

    If you would like to give Calendar for NC a try, it's available right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository for $1.99. iOS 7 is required.

    Name: Calendar for NC
    Price: $1.99
    Version: 1.2.0-5
    Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.6
    Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
    Repo: BigBoss
    Developer: VladMax Soft
    Editor's Rating:  5/5

    You can watch our video review of Calendar for NC below:

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    I hide my clock on the springboard and it then disappears in all apps, I would love to be able to see a clock in the NC. Can anyone recommend a tweak for that please?

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