Leave a legacy.

MyGiffGaff app widget

By: joeblackwell | 23-06-2014 21:20

I'd like to see a widget added to the existing Android MyGiffGaff app that could be pinned to the home screen of my smartphone and would give me a quick at a glance view of my usage, without having to open the app specifically.


Ideally it would be resizeable, or have several size settings so it could be as small as one grid on my homescreen, or a little bigger if I have a little more real estate available. I've mocked up an example using graphics from the existing app as to how this could look.


I know that Apple is introducing widget functionality in it's upcoming iOS8, so perhaps this could be incorporated in to the iOS app ready for the new release also.


Widget app




by: rites61
on: 26-10-2020 21:29

good idea

by: natasa80
on: 26-08-2020 10:36

i like that ... very cool idea

by: barishna
on: 05-05-2020 23:24

you have got my vote

by: vijay42924
on: 15-04-2020 10:59


by: muddycalhoun
on: 06-02-2020 08:01

Considering the vintage of this suggestion and it already being a duplicate, I might expect that this is surely been addressed now, not being very impressed with the current app offering from Giffgaff I can't truly recall if it has the widget or not.

Even if I have misremembered I am pretty certain that the next generation of apps won't have overlooked it.

Like the multitudes of additional things that are suggested for adding to the app in labs, to little effect I expect that someone has included the suggestions in the app builders thread and it will be down to them what is or isn't included.

by: racha27269
on: 15-01-2020 02:41

Great Idea Fully Supported :)

by: nickyheywood
on: 20-10-2019 12:09

brilliant idea

by: adamtheant
on: 07-08-2019 09:56

gets my vote brilliant idea well wrote

by: zebracow
on: 28-04-2019 19:21


by: raynerph
on: 05-03-2019 22:18

Can't believe there isn't a Widget, I've just transferred from Windows Phone to Android and I'm already missing the helpful Widget that was available for Windows Phone! And I thought Android was meant to be better than Windows Phone?