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BusyCal - Calendar, Reminders & To Dos
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Productivity||3.2||August 30, 2017||3.31|
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Version 3.2 released on August 30, 2017
• Fixes Google Login errors • Fixes Exchange 2016 autodiscovery issues • New Distribution Certificate • Other miscellaneous bug fixes
Version 3.1.5 released on July 07, 2017
• Fixes Exchange Delegate crash • Retries failed Google login attempts after 15 minutes • Fixes bug when editing events that contain a dot in the UID • Adds Help icons/links to iCloud App-Specific Password fields • New provisioning profile
Version 3.1.4 released on May 26, 2017
• Specifies app-specific password required for iCloud accounts • Fix a problem with percent-encoded characters
Version 3.1.3 released on March 21, 2017
• Improved Location formatting and Travel Time compatibility • Increased the Map zoom level for events with locations • Fixed phone dialing in location field for phone numbers containing symbols • Fixed scrolling of long lists in Location Picker • Fixed bug preventing the clearing of an existing location • Fixed location lookup for local contacts containing a space • Fixed display and default setting of Free/Busy field in Event Details
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BusyCal is a powerful, flexible calendar app for managing busy schedules, events and to dos. BusyCal's unique features include customizable calendar views, integrated to dos, meeting scheduling, travel time, maps integration, natural language input, tags, alarms, search, weather, moons, birthdays, anniversaries, graphics and more. BusyCal provides reliable support for iCloud, Google Calendar, Exchange, Office 365, and other CalDAV servers, enabling you to sync and share calendars with other Macs and iOS devices running BusyCal or the built-in Calendar app. BusyCal for iOS is a full-featured mobile companion to BusyCal for Mac, the leading calendar solution for Mac OS X that thousands of users have trusted and depended on for years. Calendar Views • Display your calendar by Month, Week, Day or List. • Pinch and zoom to control the number of weeks shown per month, and days shown per week. • Customize the calendar appearance including calendar colors, weather, moons, birthdays, anniversaries, event times, week numbers and more. Events • Create events manually or automatically using natural language. • Choose from a wid range of attributes to display when viewing or editing events including travel time, time zones, attendees, contacts, tags, maps, last edit time, and more. • Add tags to events to track projects and important events. To Dos • To Dos are displayed directly in the calendar and carry-forward until completed. • To Dos can be undated, or scheduled to occur on a specific date or time. • To Dos can be scheduled to repeat daily, weekly, monthly, etc. • To Dos can be sorted and filtered by date, priority, calendar or title. • To Dos are compatible and sync with the Reminders app on Mac and iOS. Travel Time, Locations and Maps • Supports Location Services for adding locations to events. • Supports both Apple Maps and Google Maps for driving directions. • Travel time allows you to block out time to travel to an appointment. • Alarms can warn you in advance of travel time when it's time to leave. Personalization • Display Birthdays and Anniversaries, including birthday age and anniversary number. • Display a live 10-day weather forecast. • Display phases of the moon. • Display graphics created in BusyCal for Mac. Sync and Share calendars • Sync and share calendars with iCloud, Google Calendar, Exchange, Office 365, Fruux, Yahoo, Kerio, Zimbra, OS X Server, SabreDAV and other CalDAV servers. • Sync with other Macs and iOS devices running BusyCal or the built-in Calendar app. More • Receive Inbox notifications of meetings and changes to events on shared calendars. • Search your calendar for past and future events and to dos. • Set default settings for events, to dos and alarms.
BusyCal - Calendar, Reminders & To Dos Ranking History | Productivity
BusyCal - Calendar, Reminders & To Dos daily app ranking in Productivity category for the last 30 days.
BusyCal - Calendar, Reminders & To Dos Worldwide Rankings | Productivity
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