Calendars What do you use?

Oldmanmac

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Original poster
Mar 31, 2012
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Edmond, OK
Having been overwhelmed with the amount of calendar apps, I need help. Paid/Free is not a big point, reasonable.

Nothing fancy, but would like to add notes/info sometimes. Interface with my iMac.

By the way, *HOW MANY* apps do women need for their cycles?
 

clukas

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May 3, 2010
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For my primary calendar I use the standard calendar app which comes with OS X. I sync it to my Google Apps account and use Fantastical for easy and quick access. I have tried some alternatives just find the stock app as the best solution for me.
 

Sital

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May 31, 2012
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New England
I use Week Cal on my iPhone and BusyCal on my Mac. They both sync with their respective Apple apps, so my phone and laptop are always in sync, but they offer alot more functionality.
 

davidnyjets

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Feb 4, 2011
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New York
Fantastical 2. There are tons of reviews in the App Store so I don't want to repeat what's already there, but it's awesome. Great interface, awesome input abilities for creating new events, etc. I'd highly recommend it.
 

JNGold

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Aug 25, 2009
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Fantastical 2. There are tons of reviews in the App Store so I don't want to repeat what's already there, but it's awesome. Great interface, awesome input abilities for creating new events, etc. I'd highly recommend it.
Look no further than Fantastical 2. One of the cleanest UI's in the business. If you are a true "Power PIM" kinda guy then I would suggest Pocket Informant, which has a whole slew of features and integrates contacts, notes (even Evernote).
 

TyShawn

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Jul 17, 2010
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Fantastical 2 for me it's great ui is just enough. Also if you put the location in an appointment it will show up in a map.
 

NiftyN

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Jan 5, 2009
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I use the standard calendar App in landscape orientation. It's not ideal, but better than most 3rd party week-calendar apps out there.
 

fhall1

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Dec 18, 2007
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(Central) NY State of mind
I use the native Calendar app on my Mac, and use Readdle's Calendars+ on my iOS devices....all synched to my Google calendar.

I see now that Readdle no longer has Calendars+ in the app store, it's now Calendars (free) or Calendar 5 (paid)
 

Abazigal

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Jul 18, 2011
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Singapore
Fantastical 2, though I am not a huge fan of the redesign. Still, it's leaps and bounds over the stock Calendar app.

On ipad, imac and macbook, stock calendar app.
 

jayem1234

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Jun 19, 2012
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Fantastical 2 here as well. Adding events is just so quick and easy with it that I can't see myself going back to the stock app ever
 
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