Calendar helps you keep track of what you're doing and when, which is why it's always been one of the core apps on mobile devices from the earliest PDA (personal digital assistants), to the latest iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Whether you simply use Calendar by itself, or whether you sync it via iCloud, Google Calendar, Microsoft, or something else, it's the default way to add and find appointments and events.
Set up any email, calendar, or contact account on your brand new iPhone
If you're setting up a new iPhone or iPad, you can bring over your iCloud, Google, Outlook, Exchange, or other mail, calendar, and contacts accounts with a few simple steps in the Settings app.
Keep family members up to date on events with Family Sharing
Family Sharing makes it easy to share a lot more than just App Store and iTunes purchases — you can even share Calendars!
If your Calendar events aren't syncing to your Apple Watch — try this
Knowing your schedule is an important part of stay on task and making sure you accomplish everything you want to get done in a day, that's why so many people use the Calendar app to organize their life. It can be a real drag when your calendar is not syncing to your Apple Watch — here are some steps you can do to solve the problem.
These apps are a must for every college student
It's almost time to hit the books again! Here are some of our favorite and most useful apps that should help you get through another year of college.
Need a better calendar on Mac? Check out these amazing options!
The built-in Calendar app is fine, but sometimes you need something more robust. Here are a few of our favorite options.
Invite everyone to the party by sharing your events in Calendar
This article details how to share calendar events on iPhone and iPad.
With Fantastical 3 you can throw all your other calendar apps in the trash
Fantastical already did pretty much everything I ever need a calendar app to do. Now it does things I never knew I wanted, but now I can't live without.
Fantastical 3.0 for Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch is here!
Flexibits has just released the brand new Fantastical app for Mac, iPhone iPad and Apple Watch, Fantastical 3.0.
It's time to master Contacts on Apple devices
Organize the names, numbers, mail, social, and other contact information that means the most to you with the Contacts app. Here's how to get the most out of it.
How to set up and start using Calendar on the Mac
Whether you want to organize your day-to-day life a little better or are just want to know what day of the week your birthday falls on, the Calendar on your Mac can help you out.
Take control of your hectic schedule using only your Apple Watch!
Forget your iPhone but need to check your schedule? Don't worry, it's all in the wrist!
We're here to help you get started with five great calendar apps!
Apple's Calendar app has always felt a little barebones to us. Fortunately, there are some amazing options in the App Store, and here's how to get started with five popular options.
You can create relationships for your contacts on Mac. Here's how!
Create a more human communication experience by filling in your relationships to different contacts on your Mac.
How to use Calendar with Siri
Make, change, cancel and view your calendar events with a little help from Siri
Flexibits announces Fantastical 2.5 for Mac
Flexibits just pulled back the curtain on a new update for its Mac calendar app, Fantastical. The 2.5 update brings several new features including new time proposals, multi-day events, and a request responses option.