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10 Best Calendar Apps

10 Best Calendar Apps
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10 Best Calendar Apps

The calendar apps that come pre-loaded with Android and iOS devices get the job done, but they're pretty lacking in the features department. You can't customize your view with your own background, or see a small thumbnail of a friend's face when it's his birthday. Even better, some calendar apps integrate tasks, making it easy to stay on top of both your appointments and to-do list. Other apps offer built-in voice recognition and batch editing. There's even one utility that shows blocks of free time to help you get work done when you're not in meetings. Here are the 10 best calendar apps for Android and iOS.

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    shriganesh , December 27, 2012 11:45 AM
    Jorte.. Not pretty? Seriously......! Are you blind? Jorte is one of the most attractive calendars that I've come across in Android. Also it has it's own cloud sync and site apart from Google sync!
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    Lisa Michael-Hall , September 25, 2013 4:52 AM
    calprint is good as well
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    MultiplAds , December 12, 2013 10:45 AM
    I like the default Calendar app which comes with Android
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    CharlesSmith4 , December 19, 2013 3:39 PM
    Another Android calendar app that should be looked at is Map Day. It is not going to replace any of the apps above, as it is not a traditional calendar app. Instead it lets you see how your day will look on a map. Check it out: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.praxical.mapday . You can get directions, estimated travel time, and whether you should expect to be late or early.
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    Sarah Watton , January 3, 2014 8:06 PM
    If looking for a customizable calendar, try CustomCalc, totally customizable. Get in on Google Play. www.customcalc.com
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    toads , January 16, 2014 3:23 AM
    Checkout ZeeCal on AppStore and Android, you can create events with anyone using their mobile number. It just works with any device including feature phones! checkout their short video at http://tiny.cc/ZVideo Email based calendaring, works very well when all are on the same email system, simply does not work in social settings.. Either I don't have the correct email or the person at the other end does not use calendar on their phone/computer. Scribbles on wall calendar and sticky notes on refrigerator doors attests to the above..ZeeCal not only makes creating events easy, makes consumption as easy as do nothing!
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