Tab for Google Calendar
By Elon Wu
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Tab for Google Calendar - Keep track of life's important events all in one place.
- Advanced Agenda Management
- Notification Center (visual and or audio alerts)
- See today's date in the menu bar.
- Work Offline
- Organize your schedule and share with friends.
- Open Google Calendar with a single click or keystroke.
- Advanced Preferences (opacity control, start at login, custom tab colour, shortcut keys, etc..)
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What I was looking for
This application is what I was looking for. I do not want my Google calendar integrated with my Apple iCal calendar. I also don't like having an "alternate" browser open all day just for my Google Calendar.
This permits me to have easy and immediate access to my Google Calendar (Note: which is in Google Docs for Domains and not a standard Google Calendar so I'm pleased that it works).
The calendar icon in the menubar couldn't be more bland and boring which actually makes it a bit hard to spot among the other icons. Maybe the developer will improve upon that icon in a future release… let's hope so.
I really like this but...
This is great app besides the fact that the actual date does not come up on the menu bar, it's always at "3" which is kind of annoying. If the tab on the menu bar would actually say the date, or even if there wasn't any number it would be better. Other than that it is a great app that keeps me on task and organized with the lab that I work in.
Does a good job!
Does a good job! Easy, quick access to my calendar for scheduling, etc. Sits at the top of the tool bar and just a click away. A great time saver! 4 stars only because it does not print from this tab calendar. I have to go into my calendar the normal way again to print from the calendar. Would be great if this part worked on the tab. Other then that, it’s worth the $.
- Category: Business
- Released: Apr 25, 2013
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 0.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Elon Wu
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor