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With Calendar, put a calendar on your menu bar!

This app is the easiest way to access your schedule at a glance.You will save time and be much more productive.Don't take our word for it, try it yourself.

Features:
  • See today's date in the menu bar
  • One click brings up a cool overview of your schedule
  • Hover over any day to see a detailed list of events coming up
  • Hover over any calendar to filter the list by that calendar
  • Submenu to quickly navigate months
  • Works with your iCal events
  • Click
What's New
Version 1.8:
  • Updated to work under OS X 10.9
  • Added Russian localization
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7 or later



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Calendar User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
(7)
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Overall:
(7)

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burypromote

+11

Nigel2112 reviewed on 10 Jul 2013
Works great. Simple calendar in the menu bar, shows all my events and shows my calendar colors.
Love it.
[Version 1.7]


burypromote
-8

-159
Higherterrain commented on 15 Dec 2012
I honestly don't see what the use of another piece of software that is a calendar is good for since Mac's already have one. Why burden your system with un-need apps that you already have.
[Version 1.6]

2 Replies

burypromote
+3

+265
D9 replied on 19 Apr 2013
Perhaps reading the application's description above will inform you about the benefits provided.
burypromote
+1

+11
Nigel2112 replied on 10 Jul 2013
OS X has no way to see your calendar in the menu bar without opening iCal.
Also, the plural of Mac is Macs.
:D
burypromote

+11

Oleksii reviewed on 10 Jan 2012
This app after running for a couple of days eats as much as ~150Mb of RAM. Is this a bug or a "feature"?
[Version 1.4]


burypromote
-4

+9
Mikofox commented on 18 Aug 2011
This was my first download from the App store and my, hat a headache having to download this from the App store only. First I landed at the US store, had to manually input (search for) the Apple ID and password, because Apple chooses not to have a checkbox to remember this in keychain and 1Password won't work either, then it got declined because it sensed that I'm from Canada, then I had to login again, then some ghost magically moved something over my screen (suppose the file moving to wherever Apple chooses it needs to be), then the button changed to "installed", which just means it's sitting there in the Application folder and needs to be searched for and clicked. The idiocy of this process completely disregards that some people want to just download a compressed file to spread to other computers they may have within their home or office, or archive the download for later installation to wherever they choose it should be. It also makes it completely impossible to schedule/automate any downloads for off peak/nighttime traffic, just in case you happen to rely on satellite internet which has severe throttling through daytime use. And that's my main reason why I can't use the App store, unless Apple rethinks the whole process to allow automatic login and scheduling so people don't have to go to torrent sites for free software.
[Version 1.4]


burypromote

+26

cmotdibbler reviewed on 17 Aug 2011
Very useful app that gives a date right on the menubar but opens a just-the-right-size calendar.
[Version 1.4]


burypromote
+1

+51

Winco reviewed on 21 Mar 2011
Dev now onto some of these issues. May date bug has been fixed. Looks like slight change to UI. Overall, very promising. Please keep providing Dev with constructive feedback.
[Version 1.2]


burypromote
+1

+51

Winco reviewed on 17 Mar 2011
To Developer. Looks excellent but agree with others here with their comments and also need to fix incorrect date bug for May 2011. Other than that, a great start. This will be huge for the developer.
[Version 1.1]


burypromote
+3

+2
Nealnt commented on 17 Mar 2011
To developer: I don't use facebook.
I'd like to remove app icon from dock/
I'd like menubar icon to appear next to clock.
I'd like ability to select which calendars are included in list.
Thanks.
[Version 1.1]

2 Replies

burypromote
+1

+7
Zeba replied on 17 Mar 2011
I second this. :)
burypromote

+102
Maxter replied on 21 Mar 2011
I second all of the above too, and would like to be able to D/L it a "normal" way.
The AppStore Mr developper will only keep the users away from trying your product.
burypromote

+5
Sleek had trouble on 14 Jun 2013
This is very good Calendar Application but today when i was clicked to look at future dates I saw that it showed todays date as Friday, June 24 and tomorrows date as Saturday, June 14!!!!!!!
I could not find E mail of Developer so i am posting this here, I have Screen shot of Calendar too so Developer can see it (if i can find their E Mail.
Oh! by the way I visited Developers Website and clicked on Support button and guess what, IT DOES NOT WORK!
[Version 1.7]



-7

Fmj35 rated on 23 Sep 2013

[Version 1.7]



+605

Fishscale rated on 20 Mar 2011

[Version 1.2]



+5

Drking rated on 17 Mar 2011

[Version 1.1]


Downloads:8,600
Version Downloads:547
Type:Business : Personal Info Managers
License:Free
Date:31 Dec 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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With Calendar, put a calendar on your menu bar!

This app is the easiest way to access your schedule at a glance.You will save time and be much more productive.Don't take our word for it, try it yourself.

Features:
  • See today's date in the menu bar
  • One click brings up a cool overview of your schedule
  • Hover over any day to see a detailed list of events coming up
  • Hover over any calendar to filter the list by that calendar
  • Submenu to quickly navigate months
  • Works with your iCal events
  • Click on any day or month and manage it in iCal


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