BdCalendar
BdCalendar
1.320

3.6

BdCalendar free download for Mac

BdCalendar

1.320
21 July 2011

Menubar item for accessing Address Book and iCal.

Overview

BdCalendar fills the gap between Apple's Clock not having a Calendar and instant full access to Apple's Address Book and iCal. With just one click on your menubar, you can be viewing a Calendar, looking up addresses, checking your iCal events and To-do items without having five more items eating up your dock space or menu bar. Try it, you'll like BdCalendar, we offer a 21 day trial period and the price is easy on your pocket book at $20 USD.

What's new in BdCalendar

Version 1.320:
  • Maintenance Release For Lion.
  • Updates to Help.
  • Minor bug fixes for 10.7

7 BdCalendar Reviews

Rate this app:

Nigel2112
25 August 2009

Most helpful

It takes real talent to make an app in OS X look this ugly. Lovely teal, hot pink and bright purple text, grainy snapshots placed behind the calendars, little buttons and check boxes all crammed in together. What nostalgia! Like an OS9 app from the good old days. (Please take these comments with a grain of salt. I don't mean them as a review of the functionality of BDCalendar, it's just been a while since I've seen an app this hideous.)
Like (4)
Version 1.210
pandora-1
16 August 2010
To the developer: Could you try to upload decent-sized images instead of the thumbnail that accompanies the description. You can hardly see what's going on with what was provided in MU.
Like (1)
Version 1.290
Jeffrey-Harris
15 August 2010
BdCalendar has a lot going for it. Access to addresses, calendar, notes, todos, etc. directly from the Menu Bar. It's actually quite powerful with an overly complex, cluttered and confusing interface, plus some downright ugly icons and buttons. There are some odd window and menu behaviors as well and a lack of consistency. Fonts cannot be changed. (a MAJOR negative) The interface reminds me of DateBk on the Palm and iClock on Mac OS X. Apps that tried to do too much for their own good (I used both for years). BdCalendar has A LOT of features and power, but it's hampered by a convoluted interface If the developer would seriously sit down, streamline and clean things up, he'd have one helluva utility. For now, it's worth looking at and some may like it. The price is good.
Like (4)
Version 1.290
Anon-Bud
30 November 2009
I keep wanting to use this app, but cannot get over the confusing--and not very pretty--interface. For those who like all the bells and whistles and don't mind the ugliness, the price is pretty good. But I'll take a pass.
Like (3)
Version 1.250
Nigel2112
25 August 2009
It takes real talent to make an app in OS X look this ugly. Lovely teal, hot pink and bright purple text, grainy snapshots placed behind the calendars, little buttons and check boxes all crammed in together. What nostalgia! Like an OS9 app from the good old days. (Please take these comments with a grain of salt. I don't mean them as a review of the functionality of BDCalendar, it's just been a while since I've seen an app this hideous.)
Like (4)
Version 1.210
Big-Kid
25 February 2008
I've used AquilaCalendar for 2 or 3 years which was a great app. BdCalendar is even better. I've tried different Calendars over the years and this is the best.
Like (1)
Version 1.0.5
1 answer(s)
appleHQ
appleHQ
06 April 2010
My only concern are all these false reviews on this page. Just check the 5-star reviews: All people registered & logged in only once, the day they wrote their 5-star review. Quite odd, right???
Like (3)
Version 1.260
Benjaminfreedman
23 February 2008
This is a great bit of calendaring software. I use it as a replacement for the standard Apple menubar calendar. The developer is VERY hands-on, and actually debugged an issue I was having by logging into my computer via iChat screen sharing. Talk about service! Fixed it right on my computer... I recommend this to anyone looking for a calendering app. It has a lot more power than I actually use, but even for a non-power user like me, it's worth the inexpensive price....
Like (1)
Version 1.0.5
Mcgunny
02 February 2008
I have used of this developer's other calendar utilities AquilaCalendar, then AquilaCalendarMB and then AquilaCalendar when he discontinued AquilaCalendarMB. BdCalendar is at version 1.03 at their web site. BdCalendar has access to your Apple's Address Book and iCal as well provide calendar views in 1, 3, 6 or 12 month formats. As NorbyWells says The developer's support and response is exceptional. He responded to a question I had about BdCalendar within minutes of me sending an e-mail. He responded to me in a matter of minutes also answering my question. I very highly recommend BdCalendar to any Leopard user
Like (1)
Version 1.0.2
1 answer(s)
appleHQ
appleHQ
06 April 2010
Have to repeat this (since the 5-star reviews are fake as well...) Just check the 5-star reviews: All people registered & logged in only once, the day they wrote their 5-star review. Quite odd, right???
Like (1)
Version 1.260
$10.00

3.6

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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