Help! Need Calender-like app that keep SEPERATE calendar from native?

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  1. timidhermit macrumors regular

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    I am having trouble finding a calendar app that can keep a SEPARATE calendar from the native calendar.

    I want to keep two calendars with NO integration between the two. Is this possible?

    The app must keep a local calendar, so I am not looking for a client to access Google calendar or other online calendars. Universal app only, as I need to use this for iPad too.

    Please help?
     
  2. CASLondon macrumors 6502a

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    You can have multiple calendars in calendar.

    I use Agenda app for mine, it runs off the native calendar but I have one or two additional calenders in it that don't synch to my iCloud, so they are only local calendars on the phone
     
  3. ercsliberty macrumors 6502

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    try pocket informant, see if it works for you.i love it
     
  4. timidhermit thread starter macrumors regular

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    Just to confirm...

    With Agenda, is there an option to "create" a completely isolated calendar that does not interact with the native calendar data?

    Also, is it possible to use iCloud to backup the Agenda-ONLY data (again, with NO interaction with the native calendar data?

    If these are true, I think this will be the solution for me.

     
  5. CASLondon macrumors 6502a

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    Need to keep the mistress's moves isolated from the family calendar on iCloud:)?

    Agenda runs off the iOS calendar engine.

    Even in the native calendar, you can select which calendars to share via iCloud and which to have local. I'm pretty sure you could make a calendar that is not shared, but on iCloud (unless you are sharing one iCloud account with others and that's why you want something not on this)
     
  6. timidhermit, Nov 3, 2012
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    timidhermit thread starter macrumors regular

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    That is funny. ;)

    On a more serious side...

    Is there another app that does NOT depend on the iOS calendar engine? I tried Pocket Informant. It does have an isolated calendar, but I find the app too complicated for my usage case, and I don't need all of the other options that clutter up the app.

    Any other suggestions, please?


     

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