If you work an 8 to 5 shift as a cubicle-dweller, chances are you are using some form of Microsoft Outlook to manage your appointments. DigiCal+ , the paid version of DigiCal, costs $5 and expands on the number of features available, including two new widgets, customization options for the calendar widgets and agenda views, and a yearly view with heat map capabilities to make it easier to tell when you're at your busiest and when you have free time.
It even has options for sharing event details outside of the app, so you can quickly and easily share even with someone not using TimeTree — and if you're worried about privacy, users can create multiple calendars, including their own private calendar for anything that doesn't need to be shared with everyone.
Its month view also shows the name of individual events rather than just a colored dot, which is nice—but tapping a day to expand doesn't work as well as in Jorte or Business Calendar It's a solid competitor if you're looking for something different.
The main features of this Android calendar app include: different views (moth, day, week), synchronization with other calendar apps, holidays calendar, information about weather and your friends' birthdays, advanced reminders, advanced agenda and event search, 22 themes calendar app to choose from, possibility of adding over 600 emoticons to your events, lots of settings and customizations for reminders, tasks and events, possibility of sharing your events and tasks, support of conference call numbers, intuitive navigation and much more.
Although the Gmail users will likely benefit the most from this app, as events mentioned in your email, like hotel reservations, flight times and other appoints automatically populate to your calendar, it is equally preferred by other platform users too.
It is given that this Calendar app provides the usual calendar app does, like the different calendar views, event and reminder creations, and so on. But the special thing about aCalendar is the improved overview of events, which is reminiscent of the old reliable organizer.
Anytime you're scrolling through your agenda view in the Calendar app and want to jump back to the current day, tap the small calendar icon (the box with a blue dot it in, directly to the left of the menu icon in the upper-right corner of the screen).