Google has released a standalone version of their calendar app for iPhone. No iPad version currently. Download for free on the App Store.
I use Fantastical on the Mac($14.99 in the Mac App Store) and love it’s use of natural language for entering events.
Reviews of Fantastical 2
- Shawn Blanc – The Best Gets Better
- Macstories Reviews Fantastical 2
- Macworld – Calendar app gets more fantastic for iOS 7
Until the end of March 2013, BusyCal 2 is on sale for 40% off at $29.99 in the Mac App Store.
Many Mac nerds are disappointed with the built in Calendar (formerly iCal) app and have happily forked over the money for BusyCal 2 – which ironically enough is as much as the OS X Mountain Lion upgrade itself.
Link via MacSparky.com
A great looking iOS app to replace the long neglected Apple Calendar.app on your iPhone or iPod touch. On sale at 50% off right now for $1.99 as part of a launch day special.
Fantastical’s DayTicker is the efficient and enjoyable way to view your schedule. Make sense of your upcoming schedule at-a-glance and quickly swipe to see the past and the future.
Even better, the DayTicker and the event list are connected. Just swipe the list and the DayTicker will update automatically. With Fantastical, you’ll see your events like never before.
The Mac version of Fantastical (also 50% off right now at $9.99 in the Mac App Store) has gotten rave reviews for it’s ease of date entry and quick access to your day’s events.
Screenshots of Fantastical
Their back to school sale is almost over, grab it for 50% off in the Mac App Store.
Creating an event with Fantastical is quick, easy, and fun:
Open Fantastical with a single click or keystroke
Type in your event details and press return
…and you’re back to what you were doing with a shiny new event in your calendar!
A great little menubar app for adding, editing and viewing calendar is on sale for 50% off right now.