Tagged: calendar

Fantastical 2.4 for Mac

Fantastical Stickers

Fantastical 2.8 for iPhone and iPad Introduces Rich Notifications, iMessage Stickers & other Improvements

Flexibits today released Fantastical 2.8, a big update to the popular calendar app for iPhone and iPad. This release, which now requires iOS 10, introduces full support for rich notifications, allowing you to quickly glance into event notifications and reminders in much more detail. This is great when you have addresses set in your events, as you can pull down on the notification and get a map preview of the location without the need to open the app. Fantastical 2.8...

Google Calendar Adds Apple Health Integration for your Goals

Ever since Google launched the Google Calendar app for iOS back in 2015, the company has continued to steadily add some great new features and improvements to the app. The illustrations in the app for various types of events look splendid and my favorite feature of the app has been its ability to intelligently reschedule your goals, wherein the app automatically finds the best time for your goals based on your schedule for the day. Today, Google has released v1.6.7...

Horizon 3

Ever since its launch in early 2013, Horizon has been a brilliant calendar app for your iPhone. It combined your calendar with the weather, so that you always know what the weather is going to be like for your events. With the release of version 2.0 last year, Horizon added Natural Language Parsing and a shiny new icon designed by the talented folks at The Iconfactory. Today marks the release of Horizon 3, a totally fresh app rebuilt from the...

Fantastical 2 for Mac

If you’re a serious calendar user on a Mac or iOS, chances are you’re using already using Fantastical in some form or the other. Flexibits completely changed the way we schedule events or use our calendar and their apps on iPhone, iPad and Mac have been incredibly well received by the audience. Today, the Flexibits duo of Michael Simmons and Kent Sutherland release Fantastical 2 for Mac — what we believe to be the best app on a Mac today....

Google Calendar for iOS

Google has just released a standalone, native Google Calendar app for iPhone. The company had released a refreshed app for Android a few months ago and has been made available for iPhone on the App Store today. Although we’ve only managed to play with it for a few minutes, it does manage to leave us very impressed. The app supports not just Google accounts, but also works with your iCloud, Yahoo, Exchange or other CalDAV accounts that you have already...