Calendar with Month View?

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by PACPhD, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. PACPhD macrumors newbie

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    I am looking for an App with a month view, likeiCal has. I don't want to redo my whole calendar system with PI so I am looking for any other app out there with a month view where I can see all of my events as I do in iCal. Thanks.
     
  2. OhioLefty macrumors regular

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    My wife and I use CalenGoo. It syncs our calendars with Google Calendar and has Month, Weekly and Daily views.

    If one person updates their calendar the other is updated automatically or you can edit the calendar through Google Calendar online and the iPhones are updated.

    One of the best apps we have purchased.
     
  3. TraceyS/FL macrumors 68040

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    I use free Calgoo Connect - i send my iCal to google with it, and then PI pulls it down from there. Then my mom is still able to see her subscribed calendar and all is good in the calendar world.....
     
  4. Gokunama macrumors 6502a

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    There's [app]SaiSuke[/app], it has an excellent copy and paste system for events. It syncs to Google Calendar.

    I'm a [app]Pocket Informant[/app] fan though. I love the time bars in monthview, as I can quickly see my schedule for a day.

    There aren't any apps that can sync with the iPhone calendar. You can get a spanning program on your desktop that syncs your desktop iCal with Gcal, and then sync Gcal to a Gcal app (Saisuke and Pocket Informant are two of the best, but there are others).

    Or you can export your desktop calendar to Gcal, and then sync Gcal to that.

    If you prefer text in your calendar app, SaiSuke is excellent! Their customer support at least for English speakers is as far as I know is non-existent though. Everyone that I know has sent them an email has never gotten a reply.

    Pocket Informant's customer support on their forums (webIS) is excellent.

    Both calendar apps allow you to view and hide other calendars, so you can subscribe to your family members Gcals (on Gcals site you subscribe) and view them when you need to, and hide them when you only want to see your schedule. Anytime you sync to Gcal you get your family members updated schedules.

    Saisuke, also check the AppStore link above.
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