It works It just works, not like some other syncing apps... Too bad it's not free ;) But the price is quite reasonable, so I'll buy it anyway.
Perfect for ppl not using Google Sync Finally, an app that allows me the functionality of having my .ics WebDav calendars with me on my Android wherever I go. Simple, easy to use and best of all, I don't have to go through Google for syncing. The support is great... the devs were quick to get back to me on troubleshooting a minor issue!
I use the app to point at an Office 365 calendar. I point my Google calendar there too but Google updates so infrequently that I often miss events that are added to the calendar within the last day or so. The one problem with this app that I've noticed is the documented bug where it doesn't handle DST correctly for recurring events. Hopefully they'll have this fixed soon.
quite happy. simple and worked, unlike many of the other calendar feed apps I tried.
not working on marshmallow Using ICSDroid instead. On my Nexus 5x it throws error: net.fortuna.ical4j.data.ParserException: Error at line 1:Expected [BEGIN], read [<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC ].
It works It actually works with my Galaxy S6. No complaints, worth the $4. cons: Be careful to exit app properly or it won't update feeds.
* New feature: Import ICS-files (event invitations attached to e-mails) to calendars.
* Quite a few bug-fixes.
Time flys and unfortunately there was not much left to properly support ICSSync. We're really sorry for that!
However, we managed to address most reported issues and come up with a new feature that allows you to import ics event-invitations that are attached to e-mails. We recommend to use K9 Mail for that from version 4.301 upwards.