By BusyCal LLC
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BusyCal is an award winning calendar app that provides powerful time-saving productivity tools in a friendly, personalized, easy-to-use package.
BusyCal's unique and powerful features include customizable calendar views, scrolling Month and Week views, an integrated Info Panel for quickly viewing and editing events, integrated To Dos that display in the calendar and carry-forward until completed, custom font sizes and styles, graphics, live weather feeds and moon phases, and a menu bar app for quick access to the current day's events and weather.
BusyCal supports iCloud, Exchange, Google Calendar, and other CalDAV servers, enabling you to sync and share your calendars through the cloud with other Macs running BusyCal or the built-in Calendar app on OS X, as well as iPhones and iPads running the built-in Calendar app on iOS.
• Display your calendar by Month, Week, Day, Year or List
• Customize the number of weeks shown per month, or days shown per week
• List view displays custom date ranges and columns, including automatic totaling of hours for time billing
Manage To Dos
• To Dos can be displayed directly in your calendar and carry-forward until completed
• Control the date range and sorting of To Dos in the To Do List
• Create repeating To Dos
• To Dos in BusyCal are compatible and sync with the Reminders app on OS X and iOS
• Alarms may displayed in the BusyCal Alarm Window or the Notification Center
• Snooze alarms for any duration, including x minutes before start
• Set default alarm intervals for new Events, To Dos, All-Day Events, and Birthdays & Anniversaries
• Display a list of today's events and weather forecast in the menu bar
• View event details, mark a To Do as completed, or create new events using natural language
• Display the menu with a shortcut key
Weather, Graphics, Holidays and Birthdays
• Display a live 10-day weather forecast and moon phases
• Drag-n-drop images into your calendar with the new Graphics palette
• Display stylized Holidays, Birthdays, and Anniversaries
• Customize event fonts, sizes, styles and colors
• Info panel allows you to view and edit event details directly
• Customize the fields shown, such as Location, Time Zone, Tags, and Last edit time
• Adjust dates and times with arrow keys or the new date picker
• Arrange calendars into Groups and instantly show/hide them with a single click
• Create Smart Filters to display a set of calendars, a custom view, or events that match a certain criteria
• Use tags to track important events, projects or clients
Sync and Share calendars
• Sync and share calendars with iCloud, Exchange, Google Calendar, and other CalDAV servers
• Inbox displays notifications of meetings and changes made to events on shared calendars
• Availability Viewer displays free/busy time when scheduling meetings
• Share calendars on your LAN with other BusyCal users
• Sync BusyCal with the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch through iCloud, Exchange or Google Calendar
• Events in BusyCal sync with the iOS Calendar app
• To Dos in BusyCal sync with the iOS Reminders app
• Create automatic backups
• Set default calendar, start time and duration for new events
• New Find window lets you search your entire calendar independent of the current view
• Option to display a warning when modifying an event on a shared calendar
What's New in Version 2.6.9
• Decreased swiping sensitivity on Magic Mouse
• Fixed crash when storing backups to iCloud Drive
Fantastic customer support
A few days before Christmas my BusyCal started acting up: I had unlinked and relinked my iCloud calendars and BusyCal started crashing on start-up (every darn time). I rant through the basic fixes I could think of but with no avail. Flummoxed, I decided to ask for help from the folks at BusyCal, not really expecting much—certainly not a live response within 39 minutes. Over the course of the several emails the customer support rep (or reps) worked with me to find the problem and come up with a fix by midafternoon and I was one my way again. I remain very, very impressed.
Also, as someone who has been using BusyCal since May 2011—and who uses it to aggregate my iCloud, Outlook/Exchange, and Google calendars—I really simply can say enough about it’s functionality. It’s a rich application and incredibly stable (and clearly has phenomenol customer support). I really can’t imagine using anything else.
Saved me from losing my mind!
I started using BusyCal when Apple split their To Do list from their calendar and created Reminders. As a freelance designer, I use my calendar and To Do list in conjunction all day long so I FREAKED OUT when they were split, it was so cumbersome. After a couple “dropped balls” I started looking for a replacement calendar, Microsoft was not an option.
I found BusyCal and LOVE it! I can easily create a Google calendar for my PC peeps, then simply import and run it from BusyCal and have EVERYTHING I need in one calendar…. oh, and did I say that it syncs seemlessly with my iPhone and iPad? So many tools and features and I have never had a glitch.
It is a manditory piece of software for me, Love, Love, Love this app.
Superbly stable, Refreshingly Consistent!
This is a great app from a great team. There aren't too many thoughtful, useful apps out there anymore that stick with what works. This is the main thing I like about BusyCal (BC). The main functionality of the software DOES NOT CHANGE from version to version. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU BusyMac! Yes, innovation is important, and making seemingly arbitrary changes sometimes *does* change the world (thanks, Apple), but when I learn a workflow, embrace keyboard commands, and become productive using a particular method, I DO NOT WANT THAT TO CHANGE dramatically every year (No thanks, Apple!) BC is just that, useful software that works!
- Category: Business
- Updated: Oct 23, 2015
- Version: 2.6.9
- Size: 10.4 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: BusyCal, LLC
- © Copyright 2007-2015 by BusyCal, LLC
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor