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!
Thank you very much Endlich habe ich nach Stunden langer suche für mein Problem diese Möglichkeit gefunden. App funktioniert einwandfrei :-)
UPDATE. Even better!!! Been using so long that can't count and if I could sing I would sing praises of this app worth every single penny plus couple more!! Now if someone would come out with a stand alone ics calendar!!! Have been using for about 6 months now and they have worked out the bugs and it of fantastic I have a qnap device with webdav so no goggle needed!!!
Really nice ad to my calendar... I can set the update interval and keep my online bookings easily updated and quick to see. I'm not a techy so was very happy with the quick and easy download no sweat install setup. As soon as I opened my calendar app it was there ready to be synced. One tap and my entire schedule was in for the next two months (all current bookings). I'm very pleased with it.
Doesn't pick up the calendars on nexus 7 Shows details of ics files but doesn't show any calendars to add it to. The app needs to be updated to work with latest android software, maybe?
It works It works. Simple yet fully functional. The only flaw is that syncing takes such a looong time...
* 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.
Synchronize your events using CalDAV, FTP, HTTP, WebDAV, ics files, WebCal-feeds