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Dashboard was an application for Apple Inc.' S macOS operating systems, used as a secondary desktop for hosting mini-applications known as widgets.These are intended to be simple applications that do not take time to launch. Dashboard applications supplied with macOS include a stock ticker, weather report, calculator and notepad; users can create or download their own. The Best Free Gadgets & Widgets app downloads for Mac: iStat pro App Store Preview Flappy Bird Time Machine Temperature Monitor Widget Brightness iSta.

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Cocktail

Can you mix an, um, Apple Martini? Kamikaze? Or Piper at the Gates of Dawn? The free Cocktail widget powered by 7.com lets you impress buddies with your mixologist skills. Just type the drink you have in mind. Cocktail’s database includes nearly 7,000 drink recipes. Click Feelin Thirsty? for a random selection.

‎This app helps you better plan for your day with a very reliable weather source. Furthermore, it is the most beautiful weather widget ever made, which will make your phone looks so amazing. Top #1 weather app on US store (09/2020).- -. App is nominated as 'App of the day' by Design Nomi. Apple has a special Widget called the Smart Stack. It is a stack of widgets in small or medium size that automatically rotates to show what your iPhone thinks is the most useful Widget for you at.

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Countdown Plus

Steven Chaitoff’s simple Countdown Plus widget tells you how much time is remaining until a specified date, such as the newborn’s due date, your next vacation, your anniversary, or the day you’ll be paroled.

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Daily Dilbert Widget

If you work in an office environment, you’ll love this widget, which delivers Scott Adams’ cartoon strip to your Mac every day. The latest seven comic strips are promised at any given time.

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Daily Dilbert Widget

If you work in an office environment, you’ll love this widget, which delivers Scott Adams’ cartoon strip to your Mac every day. The latest seven comic strips are promised at any given time.

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Mac Tips and Tricks

Mac Tips and Tricks does what its name suggests − it’s a springboard to tips on all things Macintosh, from listening to music through multiple speakers via AirPlay to fine-tuning the volume on your computer. Check out the widget for other tricks.

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Movies

Want to know the flicks playing in the hood? Want to read a synopsis and view trailers to help you decide which to see? That’s just what Movies, a simple film fan widget from Apple, lets you do. Apple supplied the widget with OS X. It even lets you purchase tickets (via Fandango). It’s one of the widgets that has exhibited cranky behavior of late, so hopefully Apple will provide the, um, direction, it needs. In the meantime, anyone up for Hitchcock?

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Power Switch

Press (or rather click) this single button in the Dashboard to make something happen on your Mac. What that something is depends on what happens when you click the “i” to configure the widget. You can put the Mac to sleep, log out, restart, or shut down, all after that single click.

You can fine-tune these actions. For example, you can place check marks that will close all Finder windows, empty the trash, eject network volumes, and secure the system. You can have the computer announce all these actions out loud too.

By dragging the slider, you can delay the start before the behavior takes hold, between 0 and 7,000 seconds after you press the button. The button itself will pulsate leading up to the start of the actions you requested.

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Power Switch

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Press (or rather click) this single button in the Dashboard to make something happen on your Mac. What that something is depends on what happens when you click the “i” to configure the widget. You can put the Mac to sleep, log out, restart, or shut down, all after that single click.

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You can fine-tune these actions. For example, you can place check marks that will close all Finder windows, empty the trash, eject network volumes, and secure the system. You can have the computer announce all these actions out loud too.

By dragging the slider, you can delay the start before the behavior takes hold, between 0 and 7,000 seconds after you press the button. The button itself will pulsate leading up to the start of the actions you requested.

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Quote of the Day

“Silence may be as variously shaded as speech.” Edith Wharton said that. “A true friend is one soul in two bodies.” Aristotle said that. Start your day with the Quote of the Day widget for these and other pearls of wisdom and a photo or illustration of the person who said them.

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Starry Night Widget

Want to know what you’re looking at in the evening sky? This interactive planetarium widget can reveal the answers. Click the “i” and then the Time/Place tab to enter your current whereabouts or some other location.

If you place a check mark in the Now box (assuming that it’s not already checked), you’ll be able to identify the galactic objects in the immediate sky. But you can also enter another date or hour — well into the future or deep in the past — to see how space appeared or will appear at that time. You can also display star and planet labels, and constellations.

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Translate

If you need to quickly translate a word or phrase, the aptly named Translate widget provides a handy tool. You can translate words to or from English and Chinese (Simplified or Traditional), Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

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Translate

If you need to quickly translate a word or phrase, the aptly named Translate widget provides a handy tool. You can translate words to or from English and Chinese (Simplified or Traditional), Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

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Word of the Day

Improve your vocabulary with this widget, which serves up daily definitions from Merriam-Webster.com, Dictionary.com, UrbanDictionary.com, or any of the other sources that developer Code Driven lets you pick from.

How to add widgets on your iPad

  1. Swipe all the way to the right on your Home Screen to show Today View.
  2. Touch and hold an empty area in Today View, then tap the Add button when it appears in the upper-left corner.
  3. Select a widget, swipe left or right to choose a widget size, then tap Add Widget.
  4. Tap Done in the upper-right corner, or just tap your Home Screen.

After you add widgets, you can swipe to the right to see your widgets in Today View, then swipe left to hide them. Or you can choose to keep Today View visible on the first page of your Home Screen: touch and hold an empty area in the Today View until you see Keep On Home Screen, then turn it on.

Use widgets from other apps

Some third-party apps also provide widgets that you can add. Widgets that have been updated for iPadOS 14 work the same as built-in iPad widgets.

Until your favorite apps are updated for iPadOS 14, their widgets behave differently. Here's how to use widgets that haven't been updated:

  1. Touch and hold an empty area in Today View until the widgets jiggle.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of Today View, then tap Customize.
  3. Tap the Add button next to each app widget that you want to add.
  4. Tap Done. These widgets appear at the bottom of Today View.

How to pin your favorite widgets

  1. Touch and hold an empty area in Today View until the widgets jiggle.
  2. Scroll down to see the widgets that you've added.
  3. Drag the widgets that you want to pin into the dark area at the top of Today View.
  4. Tap Done in the upper-right corner, or just tap your Home Screen.

Widgets that you pin will always be visible in Today View. Swipe up on Today View to see the rest of your widgets.

Edit your widgets

You can customize the content of some widgets. For example, you can choose which list the Reminders widget shows. Here’s how:

  1. Touch and hold a widget to open the quick actions menu.
  2. Tap Edit Widget .
  3. Make your changes, then tap outside of the widget.

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You can also rearrange your widgets. Just touch and hold a widget until it jiggles, then move the widget up or down.

To delete a widget, touch and hold it, then tap Remove Widget. Tap Remove to confirm.

You need iPadOS 14 to edit your widgets. If you don't see the option to edit a specific widget, it's not available for that widget.

Use widget stacks

With iPadOS 14, you can use widget stacks to save space in Today View. You can use Smart Stacks or create your own widget stacks.

Smart Stacks combine several widgets into one. You can scroll through the widgets in a Smart Stack, or you can let iPadOS show you relevant widgets automatically. For example, you might see Calendar during the day to show your upcoming events, and Maps in the evening to show your commute time.

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Create a Smart Stack

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A Smart Stack is a pre-built collection of widgets that displays the right widget based on factors like your location, an activity, or time. A Smart Stack automatically rotates widgets to show the most relevant information throughout the day.

If you don't have any Smart Stacks active, iPadOS shows you a suggested Smart Stack when you add a widget. Here's how to create your own:

  1. Touch and hold an empty area in Today View until the apps jiggle.
  2. Tap the Add button in the upper-left corner.
  3. Scroll down and tap Smart Stack.
  4. Tap Add Widget.

Create your own widget stacks

  1. Touch and hold an empty area in Today View until the apps jiggle.
  2. Drag a widget on top of another widget. You can stack up to 10 widgets.
  3. Tap Done.

Edit a widget stack

  1. Touch and hold the widget stack.
  2. Tap Edit Stack. From here, you can reorder the widgets in the stack by dragging the grid icon . You can also turn on Smart Rotate if you want iPadOS to show you relevant widgets throughout the day. Or swipe left over a widget to delete it.
  3. Tap when you're done.

You need iPadOS 14 to use Smart Stacks or create your own widget stacks.

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  • If you have photos that you don't want to see in the Photos widget, you can add them to the Hidden album.
  • Learn how to use widgets on your iPhone and iPod touch.