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CalendarBar allows you to see all your events from iCal, Facebook and Google Calendar in one click!

CalendarBar is a unique way to keep track of your events. It shows a list of upcoming events in your menubar where it's easy to access from any application. CalendarBar supports Facebook, iCal, and Google Calendar so you can keep track of all your events with ease.

  • Syncing with Google Calendar does not get any easier. Just enter your login credentials, and you're ready to go. Using Google Calendar with CalendarBar is a breeze!
  • In a world that is organized online more than ever before, Facebook events are more...

What's New

Version 1.1:

NEW FEATURES

  • iCal tasks / todos are now supported. Enable & configure it from the preferences pane.
  • Support for Alfred / LaunchBar / QuickSilver. Launching the app will show the events.
  • Support for BusyCal.
  • Support for Google Calendar Multiple Sign-in links
  • Ability to turn off hardware graphics acceleration. See our help page for more info.
  • Ability to configure more...

Requirements

  • 64-bit processor.
  • Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later


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Moxiesozo Member IconComment+152
Moxiesozo
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This sucks. The app won't work anymore, even though I paid for it. It's completely gone from the App Store. The least the developer could do is to transfer the app to another company, or to make the app freely available.

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Version 1.1
Funjoy Member IconReview+104
Funjoy
+2

COMPANY SHUT DOWN OCTOBER 2012, APP IS GONE.

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Version 1.1
Orytek Member IconComment+95
Orytek
+1

I like this app and have considered using it over fantastical because of it's support for Busycal and Launchbar. The only deal breaker is that I haven't been able to find a way to navigate and open the events in the menu bar using my keyboard. I can reveal the menu with a hockey but I have to reach for the mouse and click on an event to open it in my default calendar. Seems after revealing it with the hotkey I should just be able to arrow down to select my event and hit return.

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Version 1.1
Aliiien Member IconReview+15
Aliiien
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If if had a month-view drawer and I were able to add tasks through the app, it'd be a 5. As it is, it's a great overview of upcoming dates/events/tasks.

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Version 1.1
Surfspirit Member IconReview+442
Surfspirit
+4

Another 64bits only app? So All those iMacs, Macbooks, CoreDuo 32bits can't even have a simple calendar?

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Version 1.0.3
Penguirl
+3

Welcome to the party. All those who thought it was the right thing to do to drop PPC & Tiger support so quickly are now finding out that they are not immune from being left behind either.

kpublik Member IconReview+29
kpublik
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Great looking app. Excellent value for $1.99. Will definitely keep me on top of my upcoming iCal events as I usually don't have iCal open.

As much as I like it, I'm disappointed at the memory consumption. For me it's 52-54MB of real memory. (OSX 10.6.6). That's quite a bit compared to other menu bar type applications that I have.

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Version 1.0.2
Shane-Smith Member IconComment+272
Shane-Smith
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This looks really sharp, but I'm hesitant to buy it. Here is what's missing for me… no ability to make events or to-do in iCal or Google Calendar. To me this is a necessity since I hate opening iCal to do this. A calendar view would also be a nice touch. MenuCalendarClock has these features although but it's a bit clunky. Maybe version 2 will make me switch in the meantime I'll stick with MenuCalendarClock.

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Version 1.0.2
Sbchavel
+0

I have MCC too and paid for the functionality to create events in iCal. For viewing iCal events I prefer two a menubar item called Calendar and a widget called Organized, and for creating events I prefer a widget called QuickCal, which in its simplicity is a thing of beauty.

Capitan Member IconComment+254
Capitan
+20

Please consider that there are people who want to test a software before they buy it.

No demo version, no sales at Macupdate.

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Version 1.0.2
SHRIMPS Member IconReview+7
SHRIMPS
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Even though the Google notifier app for Mac was free I bought this because of its polished look and simplicity. Google notifier had too many options in its menu before showing actual events. Love this.

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Version 1.0.2
Lee123 Member IconComment+211
Lee123
+3

64 bit only Really? You are missing out on some sales.

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Version 1.0.1
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LucasH
Version 1.1
> 3 7

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Downloads 2,230
Version Downloads 1,549
License Commercial
Date 21 Apr 2011
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $4.99