Fantastical fans will be happy to hear that the indie calendar app for Mac and iOS is making the jump to the Apple Watch. For those wondering why the app hadn’t made the jump sooner (“It’s been out for a month, what the heck!” is what I imagine frustrated Apple fans mumbling to themselves), Fantastical developer Michael Simmons says the team decided to wait until he… Read More
Fanatical Fantastical users rejoice! The app, which makes adding appointments to your calendar as easy as clicking a button on top of your Mac menu bar and typing “Eat pork with Alex at 5pm on Wednesday,” has completely revamped its scheduling system and now supports complex requests (“Eat pork with Alex every Tuesday”) and reminders (“Remind me to eat pork with… Read More
As my default Calendar replacement app, Fantastical has been on the home screen of my iPhone since its release nearly a year ago. As one of the few pieces of productivity software that I use regularly, I was extremely nervous about how the app was going to change with its iOS 7 update. I shouldn’t have worried. Fantastical 2, out today, is one of the best examples of taking the… Read More
My favorite app (until my next favorite app comes along), Fantastical, is finally out of beta and the update is now available for download. The new version supports editing and deleting of calendar items right from the app – reducing your reliance on iCal – and full iCloud report. Edit and delete events!
Add and edit notes for your events!
iCloud calendar support
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I’ve been using a pretty cool app of late called Fantastical. It’s OS X-only but I suspect the Windows crowd would get a kick out of it as well. Basically it’s a natural language calendar app. You can paste (nearly) anything into its little window and it will automagically create an event. “Dinner with Joe at 5pm on Thursday” works just as you would imagine it… Read More