Pimlical/Android - What a calendar app should be I started using DateBk in the Palm Pilot days. On Android, I missed so many features like floating appointments and icons. Armed with Pimlical/A, I've now got all those things.
Best full featured calendar app All the features you could want, plus more. As a long-time user of Datebook and then Pimlical, I know it's the best. I've tried everything else. Pimlical wins.
World Class I'm one of the Palm refugees, used the earliest "DateBk" versions up to the current Android implementation. This app was, still is, and is increasingly stand-out among all Android apps (imho), not just calendar apps. It is feature rich, elegantly architected, has incredible number of options & settings, has excellent documentation, is very robust and exceptionally well supported and maintained. Not the most beautiful app, but for the more than casual calendarer, the learning curve is well worth the effort.
Highly customizable You can tweak almost everything until it fits you like a glove. Disadvantage is that there are countless settings.... Love the sync with several agendas (desktop, Google, outlook). I do have my personal time management, a family calendar and a shared work calendar, everything in one handy place. Developer is very dedicated for many many years now and still responds to inquiries fast.
The greatest! And just keeps getting better! I've been using Pimlical since my Palm days. Nothing compares to its versatility and ease of use (once you get past the learning curve). And the technical support, direct from CESD himself is prompt and always helpful. Every update is just icing on the cake!
* New EditDialogQuickReturn Preference to skip event selection list
* Has better algorithm for working around problem with tapping and slipping * finger (that Android OS mis-interprets)
* Set Link To File popup command to link to any file.
* Deferred Status type is now handled
* New command bar button options for next/prev week