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Calendars 5 update simplifies task creation

Calendars 5 update simplifies task creation

Calendars 5 has been updated to version 5.1, bringing improvements to tasks and the ability to see the current date as a badge on the app icon. To turn on the icon badge, go into the app's settings and tap "View Options". Scroll down to the bottom of the page and tap the settings for App badge...
Sunrise Calendar 2.0 for iPhone review: Now with support for iCloud calendars!

Sunrise Calendar 2.0 for iPhone review: Now with support for iCloud calendars!

Sunrise Calendar for iPhone has always been an extremely unique alternative calendar app as it manages to combine all your calendar events with weather forecasts for the day. Previously, you could only use a Google account with Sunrise but as of version 2.0, there's support for iCloud built right...
weekflow calendar for iPhone review: Use colors, grids, and gestures to  better organize your schedule

weekflow calendar for iPhone review: Use colors, grids, and gestures to better organize your schedule

weekflow for iPhone is a rather unique alternative calendar app that treats your schedule as somewhat of a live feed where you can endlessly scroll up and down through weeks. Different colors and the width of different days indicate at just a glance what days are the busiest. These elements...
How to access list view in the Calendars app on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 7

How to access list view in the Calendars app on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 7

iOS 7 made some drastic changes to the default Calendar app and the list view is one of the items that got moved to a place that isn't so obvious. If you're like me and you like to quickly flick through the list view in order to see what's on your plate over the next several days, you'll...
Calendars 5 for iOS review: Combine your calendars and tasks into one beautiful, easy to use app

Calendars 5 for iOS review: Combine your calendars and tasks into one beautiful, easy to use app

Calendars 5 has just become available for both iPhone and iPad and is a complete redesign of Readdle's popular Calendars+ app. With a great new design, support for natural language input, a built-in task manager, and more, Calendars 5 makes for a compelling option when it comes to alternative...
BusyCal 2 for Mac updated with support for Exchange

BusyCal 2 for Mac updated with support for Exchange

BusyCal 2 for Mac was recently updated to version 2.5 and brings with it one of the most demanded features, support for Microsoft Exchange. If you're already using BusyCal 2.0 or later, the update is free. According to the BusyCal blog, Exchange support includes the following options and...
Agenda Calendar 4 for iPhone review: One of the best alternative calendar apps just got better

Agenda Calendar 4 for iPhone review: One of the best alternative calendar apps just got better

We took a look at Agenda Calendar for iPhone and iPad back when they were first released and this time, the guys over at Savvy Apps are back with Agenda Calendar 4. This time around they've managed to make a great app even better by cutting unnecessary UI items and adding easy to use gestures. I...
Any.Do Cal for iPhone review: Want an iOS 7 calendar experience now? Cal is it.

Any.Do Cal for iPhone review: Want an iOS 7 calendar experience now? Cal is it.

Any.Do has just released their Cal app and it doesn't disappoint. WIth a great interface that's very on par with what we'll see in iOS 7 bundled with the ability to handle reminders through using Any.Do's existing reminders app, it's a great solution for anyone already using Any.Do for task...
OS X Mavericks preview: Calendar

OS X Mavericks preview: Calendar

OS X Mavericks' Calendar gets a clean, streamlined look that makes it easier than ever to figure out what you're doing. Calendar knows where you're going and how long it'll take to get there, too, so you'll never be late for another appointment. While OS X Mavericks' look and feel won't change...
Jonathan Ive rumored to be working on new Mail, Calendar apps for future versions of iOS

Jonathan Ive rumored to be working on new Mail, Calendar apps for future versions of iOS

We've already heard from multiple sources that Apple's vice president of design, Jony Ive, has been working on making iOS flatter and more refined, but now he's also rumored to be working on brand new Mail and Calendar apps as well. It's not clear right now whether a complete revamp of such core...
Horizon Calendar review: Check the weather at the location of your next appointment

Horizon Calendar review: Check the weather at the location of your next appointment

Horizon Calendar by Applause Code is an innovative calendar app that includes natural language parsing, a clean design, intuitive gestures, and forecasted weather associated with each of your events. Just like the Mac OSX Calendar and the popular iPhone calendar Fantastical, Horizon Calendar...
Tempo Smart Calendar for iPhone review

Tempo Smart Calendar for iPhone review

Tempo is a new calendar app for iPhone that not only attempts to handle your appointments and schedule more elegantly, but also doubles as somewhat of a personal assistant. It achieves this by tying into several different account types such as your emails, contacts, and more. The more you use...
Fantastical for iPhone updated, new settings and other improvements

Fantastical for iPhone updated, new settings and other improvements

The popular and totally awesome calendar app Fantastical for iPhone has been updated with a new setting that allows you to display only one day at a time in the event list. The default setting is an infinite list that shows all future events. A few bugs in Fantastical have also been addressed....
Readdle releases new, free Calendars app, renames premium app Calendars+

Readdle releases new, free Calendars app, renames premium app Calendars+

Readdle has updated their popular Calendars app for iPhone and iPad, and renamed it Calendars+. That's because they're also introducing an all new, all free version under the original Calendars name. The free version of Calendars has the same slick interface, Google sync, and other features....
Comparing iPad calendar apps at a glance

Comparing iPad calendar apps at a glance

Earlier this week, I compared the default views of 12 popular iPhone calendar apps, and since sometimes good things also come in bigger packages, now it's time for the iPad. No surprise here, but as with the 5 iPad podcast apps, 18 iPad weather apps, and 9 iPad Twitter apps, not all iPhone...
Fantastical for iPhone gets even smarter and faster

Fantastical for iPhone gets even smarter and faster

Fantastical, the fantastically functional calendar app by Flexibits, has just been updated to version 1.1. I've been beta testing it for a while, and as clichéd as it sounds, it really does make the already great app even better. First up, you can now set multiple alerts when creating new events...
Comparing iPhone calendar apps at a glance

Comparing iPhone calendar apps at a glance

I've compared the main screens of iPhone Twitter apps, weather apps, and podcast apps, and next on the agenda is calendar apps. While iOS contains a default calendar app, and many people find it affable enough, it never seemed to get as much high level Apple attention as some of the other core...
Sunrise Calendar: Interesting idea, deal-breaker implementation

Sunrise Calendar: Interesting idea, deal-breaker implementation

Sunrise Calendar launched in the App Store this week to mixed buzz. It looks interesting but it only works with Google Calendar and requires -- requires -- you to login with Facebook before it will let you start using the app. That's an absolute show stopper for me. I don't need or want to login...
Flexibits talks Fantastical at Macworld|iWorld 2013

Flexibits talks Fantastical at Macworld|iWorld 2013

Flexibits didn't have a booth at this year's Macworld|iWorld, but what they lacked in structured location they made up for in the big personality of designer Michael Simmons, the ninjary of coder Kent Sutherland, and pure event-based awesomeness that is Fantastical. We've spoken to Michael...
How to manage alerts for individual Calendar events on your iPhone and iPad

How to manage alerts for individual Calendar events on your iPhone and iPad

The Calendar app on your iPhone and iPad are great tools for reminding you when you have events and appointments coming up. Not only does it help you stay organized and on track, the Calendar app can also double as somewhat of a personal assistant. Part of that job is to alert you when you have...

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