I paid for a CardDAV and CalDAV app, and this is better in every way. I can even create new calendars from within the app. Only complaint is the constant pop-up about licensing. That's great, but I really should only see that maybe once.
Works great with fastmail! fastmail seems to use a separate url for the caldav and carddav, so I had to setup a 301 rewrite rule on my domain server to pass to the proper servers. If I specified the individual urls, then I had to create a separate account for caldav and for carddav, which was causing problems. long story, if you know what you're doing this app does exactly that! My only complaint is that this isn't in F-Droid, so I still need a google account to install this app (not a big deal but would love to see it in the F-Droid repos!)
I just want to see my Oracle Beehive calendar. This was very easy to set up. The events show up in a very clear manner. I can easily see my accepted events vs those that are not, in an easy to discern manner.
This is an unmaintained re-upload of the open-source app DavDroid. OpenSync is just rebranding other people's work in order to get app installs. Don't use this. Support the real developers and use DavDroid (which you don't have to pay for if you really don't want to, they have free copies on their website).
Terrible and cumbersome. Gone are the days of simple shared calendars and replaced with lumpy software like this.
Worked fabulously for months. Now, won't sync Yahoo calendars -- probably due to some Yahoo change the developer hasn't been made aware of. OpenSync seems like an optimal solution for self-hosted calendars and address books with which I am now experimenting more seriously.
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