This is the simple, thoughtful app pushing the boundaries of what you expect from your calendar:
- Intuitive, beautiful views of days and months
- A single, unified view of events and reminders
- Powerful natural language entry to quickly add events
- History and context with any contact you're meeting
- Supports all major calendars: Google, Exchange, iCloud, and more
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We fixed the bug with auto-completion for the event venue.
Ratings and Reviews
So Close to Being Great!
I love “pod” quite a bit. It’s simplicity, ease of use and intelligent design makes this app quite nice. It is really visually intuitive and appealing.
However- there are glitches. The “keep in touch with the people you meet” part of the app doesn’t work. You can link contacts and add participants but you cannot do what the preview slide suggests. Pressing on a linked or added contact does nothing.
I also don’t understand why there are two calendar symbols in agenda view. One is top right the other is bottom left. They both take you to “Today”.
Finally, it would be nice if we were able to link not just contacts with email addresses but those with phone numbers to events. And, in the contacts section it would make sense if we were able to access all contact information. Also- linking event address/location search to our contact list would be a great addition as well.
Seems like a good calendar app, I’m mostly looking for a way to copy specific events to specific days of the week over a period of time. Like my class schedule doesn’t change for months but I don’t want to type it in over and over, same thing with my work schedule. Having that feature would be convenient because even though it doesn’t change it helps to visualize what I have going on when I have to schedule in other things. If I’m missing the way to do that my bad.
Good app overall, this was my only hang up.
Edit: Didn’t even think about using the repeat event every week option, oops! Thank you for the response, this will be my dedicated calendar now. A suggestion: let us set a specific date to repeat the event up until a certain date i.e. make it end the last day of classes.
Developer Response ,
Great feedback. We're thinking a lot about how to make copying events really easy. Stay tuned!
One approach right now might be to do "repeating" events - when if you have a class every Monday at 10am, you can set up the event to "recur." Sometimes it is easiest to set all this up in your Desktop calendar app (Google Calendar, etc), but once you do Pod will display it. If you use Google Calendar on the web, here is their article on how to do that: https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37115?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
Pod does what it says
I have tried better than 15 various calendar/agenda apps over the years. What I’ve found each time is that I prefer the easy integration of a single app that does agenda/contacts/tasks. That said, I recently retired and question whether I still need so many functions in an agenda app.
I love Pod’s appearance. It “pops” for me especially in the black mode. I could make this my one and only daily agenda app If:
1) it had a running continuous Agenda with no end, so I could scroll through any number of days hunting for events (since there are no icons, which I also miss). Fanatics Informant 5 does this very well
2) if the Agenda and Contacts were integrated, including in search results. Ex: search for John Doe and all references to him show from the Agenda and Contacts
Task integration wouldn’t be necessary for my part. I have a habit of simply calendaring my tasks using a special color for all of them.
Pod is a beautiful app and I’m confident changes will happen. Since I know nothing about app coding I have no concept of how hard my suggestions would be to implement or even if anyone else would want them.
Thanks for your hard work bringing Pod to life!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.