CalenMob - Sync with Google Calendar
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CalenMob is a native Google Calendar app with intuitive design. It inherits the simple and clean look of Google web calendar and makes it more accessible, responsive and reliable on your Mac. It can also be used with no Internet connection. All changes will be synced back to your Google account the next time you connected.
MULTIPLE WAYS TO VIEW EVENTS
CalenMob supports 6 standard views - day, week, month, 4-days, year and agenda. You can instantly switch views to discover events or find a time you're looking for.
CalenMob automatically synchronize with your Google Calendar every time you open the app or after you make any changes to an event.
You can still create, edit and delete events when you don't have an Internet connection. Calmob will cache your changes and sync back to your Google account next time you're online.
ADVANCED REMINDER SYSTEM
Never forget about a meeting! Like Google Calendar, CalenMob allows you to set reminders via push notification, SMS or email for all events.
INVITE PEOPLE AND ACCEPT INVITATIONS
With CalenMob, you can invite people and see their status. CalenMob also allows you to respond to an invitation (yes, no, maybe) if you received any invites.
You can setup, view and modify recurring events. CalenMob fully supports all repeat patterns in Google Calendar.
You can manage your Google Calendar with this app. You can create, edit and delete calendars anytime. All changes will be synced with your Google account.
CalenMob supports multiple gestures that makes you easier to manage your events.
You need a (free) Google Calendar account to use this app. If you don't have it, you can get one at www.google.com/calendar.
What's New in Version 1.5
- Supports to change event color
- Minor bug fixes
Wish this showed the current day on the icon
I like this app but the one thing I wish it had that iCal has is showing the current day on the icon in the dock. Every time I look down it says ’31’ in the corner and although I know it sounds stupid that I get confused by that from time to time, l do—especially when I know it’s close to the end of the month and all my days run into each other. It’s a very little thing that can make a big difference when you have little time to spare when making decisions on the fly. I find that if I am working on my computer I am usually not near a physical calendar and rely on that little icon more than I’d like. I hate having to open up the app just to verify what day/# of the week it is when making split second scheduling decisions with colleagues.
Could be good but very buggy
It did not start well. When I first started the app in crashed. It’s a perfect idea, an improvement over the very poor Calandar app in OS X. But, weird things happen when you click to open an appointment. Or when you click to add and entry. As a practical matter you have to create a new event and then edit its time or move it on the calendar, which is a pain. You should be able to click on the calendar where you want to put it, and have it work intuitively. It amost works, but it’s not really a finished product. Too bad, there’s a desperate need for it since Calendar is so weak.
I have been creating events in the Google calendar via Firefox…and have my entire week scheduled out. It’s been over 24 hours (it should sync instantly, but I’m giving you guys the benefit of the doubt), and it still is not showing up on my PAID desktop version, my PAID iPad version, and my PAID iPhone version—nor is it showing up on any of my colleauges PAID versions either.
If you’re going to ask us to pay $6.99 for an app, please make sure it actually works.
Also, in the first picture when shown in the App Store—it says “Direct Google Sync.” If this is not the case, and it does not *directly* sync, then don’t say it does.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Nov 05, 2014
- Version: 1.5
- Size: 1.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Appxy Information Technology Co., Ltd.
- © 2013 Appxy
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor