How to Get the iPhone's Calendar View on Your Android Lock Screen
Starting with iOS 7, the iPhone has had a cool feature that lets you see upcoming calendar events right on your lock screen, and it only got better with iOS 10. Android used to have this feature with its lock screen widget system, but that was removed back in the Lollipop days, so there's nothing quite like iOS 10's "Today View" feature anymore.
But thanks to an Xposed module from developer Abhinav Singh, you can display your next upcoming calendar events on your lock screen at all times. It's a handy way to stay on top of things with at-a-glance information, and it only takes a few minutes to set up.
First up, head to the Download section in your Xposed Installer app and search for EventLock, then tap the top result. From here, swipe over to the Versions tab, then hit the "Download" button next to the most recent entry. The most recent version, as of January 11, 2016, is version 2.3. After that, tap "Install" when prompted, then make sure to activate the module and reboot.
When you get back up, go ahead and open the EventLock app that you'll now find in your app drawer. From here, tap the "Selected calendars" entry, then choose the calendars you'd like to see on your lock screen.
Next, select the "End time" entry, then you'll be prompted to type in a number. This represents how far in the future EventLock will look for calendar events to display on your lock screen, so entering "3" here will cause it to look three days ahead for any event to display.
Beyond that, you can customize the look of the text on your lock screen using the remaining settings, and all of your changes take effect on the fly, so you'll be able to see the result immediately.
Once you've got everything set up to your liking, you'll see your next upcoming calendar events directly beneath your lock screen clock. While the first version of this mod only showed one event at a time, it now shows multiple events so you can see farther ahead in your schedule. So from now on, you'll always know what's next on your agenda just by glancing at your phone—which is even more convenient than swiping to reveal the "Today View" on the iPhone.