Tiny Calendar is an intuitive smart calendar works with both Google Calendar and iOS calendar. It inherits the simple and clean look of Google/iOS calendar but makes it more accessible, powerful and reliable on your iPhone and iPad. With Tiny Calendar, you can access and manipulate your calendar events more easily, anyway you want.
SMART ENOUGH TO CREATE
Tiny Calendar has features like nature language input, drag and drop, gestures and other smart methods to predict your intention and help you create and edit your events more easily.
MULTIPLE WAYS TO VIEW
Tiny Calendar supports 8 standard views - day, week, month, 4-days, year, mini-month, week agenda and agenda. You can instantly switch views to discover events or find a time you're looking for.
Tiny Calendar syncs directly with Google Calendar and also works with iOS local calendar to supports events on iCloud, Exchange and other calendars.
You can still create, edit and delete events when you don't have an Internet connection. Tiny Calendar 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, Tiny Calendar allows you to set reminders via push notification, or email for all events.
ACCESS FROM EVERYWHERE
Tiny Calendar works with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. You don't need to pay extra money to download multiple copies.
- Tiny Calendar offers a subscription which is $3.99 per year.
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
- Crash fixes
- Minor bug fixes
- Stability improved
Ratings and Reviews
Nice Functionality, Merges Multiple Calendars
I’ve tried several calendar programs and have actually come BACK to Tiny Calendar. Of all the ones I’ve suffered through these many months, Tiny Calendar is the most user friendly and synchs with and consolidates my iOS and Google bits so I can accept a Google calendar invitation on my desktop, for example, and it will then get pulled into Tiny Calendar (i.e., you can continue to use your other calendar and reminder apps for easy data input, and use Tiny Calendar as the hub of everything.
Why not 5 stars? Well, even the paid version of Tiny Calendar doesn’t have the ability to add details to Tasks (besides due date and a label.) I can setup repeating events, set reminders for events, etc. - but not for Tasks. I live and die by my to-do list and like to have it on a real piece of paper, so I’m really bummed. I like to have that oh-so-small-but-gratifying experience of crossing stuff off with a pen.
I do like that you can choose to export (email or print) your calendar in a few different versions. Unfortunately I can’t export Tasks... if I could just have a way to print my Task list... <hint hint>
Great app, but trouble on iOS 12
This is by far the most convenient calendar app I have tried.I’ve been using it for over a year, and it has been great. I particularly like that in the month view, dots for events have the color of the calendar they are from, so I can quickly glance at the month view and see what days have different types of activity.
Unfortunately, ever since upgrading to iOS 12, I’ve been experiencing a random/intermittent issue where if I am typing the name of an event to add the calendar, it sometimes freezes. Mid-typing, with the last letter I pushed still expanded up from the keyboard. The only way to get out of that is to close the app. I hope the developers will release a new version that fixes this.
One other time issue: when typing the number in an event name, the number sometimes gets removed and converted to a time. Eg. when putting in my class schedule, “Biology 101” would get shortened to “Biology” and the time changed from what I had input to 1:01 PM. I hope future versions will include an option to disable this feature.
Can be frustrating!
For the most part, I’ve always liked my Tiny Calendar. There are many features that are very helpful. However, one of the features that is intended to be helpful isn’t! Most of the time, any birthdays or anniversaries that are recorded in your google contacts list are automatically transferred into your Tiny Calendar, although for some reason, Not All of those recorded dates make the jump. In addition, once that data from your contacts list is in your Tiny Calendar, it’s in there permanently. [Events that you load into the Tiny Calendar directly (and are not transferred automatically from your contacts list) do not have this issue.] This is frustrating because if there is a mistake in your contacts list, even if you correct it there, the mistake remains in the Tiny Calendar and Can’t Be Removed!! It is especially aggravating that even if the contact is deleted from your contacts list, the data from that contact remains on your calendar! Ugh!! I have an iPhone 8 (which at this point, is the newest iPhone available), so the problem is not that my phone is old.
- Shanghai Fengge Information Technology Co., Ltd.
- 34.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Full Upgrade $6.99
- Recurring Events $1.99
- Tiny Calendar Premium $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.