iCal

Version: 3.0 || Release Date: 2007-11-14 || License: Included with OS App Owner: yonzie

iCal allows you to choose between viewing your schedule by day, week or month. And it's easy to find things on your calendar using iCal's powerful search feature.
iCal helps you organize your schedule by letting you create as many separate calendars as you need.
At the click of a mouse, you can easily subscribe to any number of public calendars available on the Internet.

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11 Opinions

Really works smoothly now that Google Calendar syncing has been implemented properly. I use it with three Macs and an iPhone and everything is just transparently synced in the background. After using a web-based calendar for a couple of years, the iCal interface is a pleasure to use as well.

I use it only because my events natively sync to my iPod with iTunes.

No recurring to-dos? Simply unacceptable.

There's an excellent essay by John Gruber on why events handling is at best mediocre in iCal http://daringfireball.net/2007/03/deal_with_it

The reminder interface works like ASS. I've almost missed landmark events because of faulty reminder input on my parts. Unfortunately, Apple has cornered the market on this one, so I guess I'll have to live with it and adapt.

iCal is THE starting point for all my other calendars. I upload some of my iCal calendars to google calendar and from there I synchronize with my friends (not all of them own a Mac) and with my company.

I'm very pleased to see that iCal uses existing standards.

I love iCal because it allows me to use my Mac to fill in calendar markings and important school tasks, and then sync them with my phone to take them with me!

An essential program made more fun with downloadable calendars.

Great App. I love that I can sync up to my exchange server using Entourage.

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