iCalPublish
iCalPublish
2.5.2

3.0

iCalPublish free download for Mac

iCalPublish

2.5.2
24 July 2008

Publish your calendars on the web.

Overview

iCalPublish... Apple's iCal application allows you to publish your calendars so anybody can view them on the web. However, if you have multiple calendars (e.g., work, home, school), iCal won't combine them so they all appear together on the same Web page. iCalPublish allows you to combine several iCal calendars and publish them as one calendar to your iDisk for viewing on the web. iCalPublish is shareware.

Feature Summary:

  • Combine calendars - Combine two or more iCal calendars into one
  • Name - Name your combined calendar
  • Manually publish - click on button to upload the combined calendar to your iDisk (.Mac) account
  • Auto publish - Automatically uploads changes when you update your calendars in iCal
  • "Today" event - Adds a "today" marker to the Web view to make it easier to find today

What's new in iCalPublish

Version 2.5.2: Fixed issue whereby checkbox settings didn't stick (PSTN)

11 iCalPublish Reviews

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Anonymous
11 June 2003

Most helpful

Disappointing. The application works well enough, but I thought the different calendars would appear in different colors on the web and they don't.
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Version 1.2
Peter-Black
24 July 2008
Recently I had a problem with iCal Pub having preferences that didn't stick - that is my settings for the parts of the calender would change after a quit. I emailed the developer and although I was the only one having he problem, fixed it promptly and courteously. Many thanks and kudos to Jeff. It now works exactly as I need it to.
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Version 2.5.1
Rpphoto
05 November 2007
Download link for Leopard is broken. I tried to search for the correct one, but no luck...
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Version 2.5
1 answer(s)
Jmat
Jmat
05 November 2007
My Bad, the link has been fixed.
Like
Version 2.5
Anonymous
16 August 2005
? I use iCal to publish my assignments on-line so many of my clients can check if I am available on a certain day to do some work for them. As a freelance designer this is essential! So: that is why people publish their agenda on-line
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Version 2.2
ginoginogino
02 August 2005
Yes, Anonymous, I guess you _don't_ get why someone with distant family, or a single parent with kids who has to corodinate with friends and babysitters, or whatever might want to publish their calendar. Why does it matter that you don't get it? Obviously, people do, so what is the point of making your comment? I love this little app, because it allows the combined publishing of multiple calendars. Sweet.
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Version 2.1
Anonymous
10 March 2005
Please, why do people want to publish their personal calendars on the web? i.e: Monday; yoga class Tuesday: doctor appointment Wednesday: meeting at work 2pm I just don't get it, seems rather daft to me.
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Version 2.0.1
4 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
10 March 2005
LOL. I got to give it to the guy before me. Publishing a personal calander on the internet? I could careless what you are doing everyday of this month.
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Version 2.0.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 April 2005
I disagree. I live on a campus and I don't always carry around my computer. However, there are computers available all across campus, and if I can see my schedule on one of those, it helps me a lot.
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Version 2.0.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
11 May 2005
I find it extraordinarily helpful. I publish my personal calendar for my family (so they don't call when I'm seeing clients at home) and I publish a calendar for my clients so they can see when appointments are available to them. Check your shortsightedness - other folks have different needs than yours AND you can't see my calendar unless you know the URL (you myopic twit).
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Version 2.0.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
16 August 2005
How unimaginative some of these comments are! There are tons of reasons for publishing a calendar online - for example the schedule of a club, homework assignements and exam dates for classes, among others.
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
07 December 2004
Another option if you have access to a server, are a do-it-yourselfer and don't have WebDAV setup is to use PHP iCalendar. This will basically do, for free, what you can do with a .mac account. I think that iCal Exchange (free) may use PHP iCalendar.
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Version 2.0b8
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
09 February 2005
Problem w/ PHPiCalendar is that it seems to have gone into dormition, or at least the discussion site that supports it. Both the official release and the current beta can still be d/l from SourceForge.net. The 2.0 beta is rather stable and offers a lot more options for customizing the look and feel of the calendar pages. It's the solution I use with any web site I create that need iCal integration and access.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
15 April 2004
Needs other publishing methods. WebDAV, FTP, SFTP... pick one.
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Version 1.4b3
Anonymous
06 December 2003
Whoops! Developer's already addressed the text color issue. Sorry, I should have paid better attention to who made the comments.
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Version 1.3b
Anonymous
06 December 2003
It would be nice to have a choice about where the calendar is published (for those of us without a .Mac account). I'd personally like to use www.icalx.com or other options that are available. Different colors for different calendars would be neat too as indicated by other reviewers.
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Version 1.3b
Anonymous
06 September 2003
I'd like to be able to color the events, too, but the color of the text on the web view is controlled by the HTML spit out by Apple's server. I've tried to trick it, but to no avail.
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Version 1.2
$15.00

3.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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