Beautifully designed and some creative and unique additions that make it stand out from the crowd. But - 1- There are almost no configuration options, if you don't like what you see, tough luck. 2- The only view available is month + agenda and back to point 1, no way to change it. 3- No way to eliminate the graphic background (back to point 1). 4- No way to add a sound or led to reminders (back to point 1) 5- It's slow (too many animations) 6- How do you skip several months if you can't get different view modes? 7- No "go to" to jump to a specific date.
Great app. Visually appealing. Won't let me change my attendance response after selecting. Also, on some events I'm invited to I cannot copy test from event info (like an address from the notes section) - I receive an error message "This is a read only event and cannot be edited" Allowing me to change my response and copy text would change my review to 5 stars.
I really like that this works with any.do. It's a solid calendar app. My main gripe is that when I dismiss a notification, then I want it to stay gone. Event notifications keep coming back even when the meeting has ended! It would also be great to be able to select which calendars send notifications. For example, I need my boss's calendar visible, but I don't need notifications about those meetings.
Best Replacement for Sunrise I've Found I'll miss sunrise calendar for sure but this seems a decent replacement. Minimal. Intuitive. Easy set up. Free. No dedicated browser version like sunrise had but I guess I can get used to using google calendar on my pc. Or I see they offer a browser extension if I switch to Chrome. For me this beats the other apps I tried: google cal, cloudcal, and Business Calendar.
The best calendar app Cal has a great layout. I love the picture backgrounds and the week view option. It runs so smoothly. I've tried to move to other calendar apps and I keep coming back to this one. It's everything I need. The only issue I have is after adding an event if I use the app's arrow to go back out it exits the app. And sometimes the date tweaks; I'll try to add an event on Friday and it moves itself to Saturday. These are only minor inconveniences and wont make me stop using it.
Love it, now if the developers could make an email app that would look/work something along the lines of Cal it would be great. Imagine - latest email arrives it would look something like the neat week view. You want to see all emails in your inbox pull the single email preview down and voila a list of all your inbox email. then from there you have the option of read, delete, move, archive etc etc. This would then tie in with Cal and both the Calendar and email apps would have this wonderful UI :) One can only wish...
* UI adjustments for Android 6.0