FINALLY! I've been checking every few months for an app that will allow me to import my Yahoo calendar into my Android phone for years. The ONE thing that I think Yahoo does well is their calendar. Much better than Google's. Unfortunately the only way to access it on my phone has been via web interface until I found this app. The app works flawlessly for me and now, not only do I get my calendar on my Android phone, but it works with Google Now to get notifications and directions for upcoming appointments.
nice and works, but just be careful I synced both ways on one of my phones. It was convenient. Then but NOT because of this app, my S5 had a malfunction. My phone erased my calendar, then because of the two way sync that I chose, my server erased its data too. I had to rebuild my server calendar. I like the app, but now I only sync it one direction (from my server to my phone).The app does the job its supposed to do. One more thing..... I believe you must choose your sync option at time of initial setup. You cant change it later.
Just downloaded the app. Realised I had the same issue as Kari but it is not because of the app. I discovered that the time de-sync was due to the settings in Yahoo Calendar itself. By default it is set to UTC/GMT, that's why. Now the painful thing is after setting it to my local time zone, all my entries advanced by eight hours. Moving forward be sure to set Yahoo Calendar to the correct time zone before use. If Yahoo can see this, can they make Yahoo Calendar tap on the PC or device date/time settings instead of having a separate setting in itself. Else users who are not aware of this will face the same problem.
Was wonderful, now not so much I've had this app for a few years and have recently upgraded my phone. I am now unable to get my calendar from one yahoo account. I've also discovered that at some point when adding events into my calendar new calendars we created so I now have approximately 20 yahoo calendars on one email account. This is very frustrating!!!
Best I've Found Easy setup, syncs both ways. Occasional hiccups, but overall does what I want it to do: puts my Yahoo calendar on my Galaxy S3. Couldn't find another app to do that.
Genius! Thank you thank you!!! How easy this was thanks to this great app. I love my yahoo calendar and I didn't want to be forced to rely on Google for anything but a junk email for Google play. You saved the day. This is so cool.
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--- new in 1.8.3 --
fix calendar not syncing
a number of internal improvements
--- new in 1.8.2 --
fix crash in account setup
add workaround for Yahoo! bug
--- new in 1.8 --
many fixes & improvements, too many to name them all
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