As time goes on you’re going to want to customize even the most basic apps inside your iPhone. Here is a short list of reviews of calendar apps which will improve your experience.
Google Calendar – As usual, Google manages to do it best when it comes to keeping things simple. With a neat user interface that has a lot more to it than meets the eye Google Calendar app knocks it out of the park. They’ve managed to stay true to their track record of producing user friendly applications combined with general usefulness and we couldn’t be happier. One of the key features that should make this your number one go-to app as far as calendars go is the interaction with your Gmail. If you’ve got dinner reservations, airplane ticket reservations or similar activities your Gmail app will let Google Calendar know and fill it out for you. As far as the basics go, you’ve got the weekly view, monthly view and yearly view just as we expect from any quality calendar. Being completely free it’s definitely the top choice for the masses.
Fantastical 2 – If you were to compare Fantastical 2 with Google Calendar you’ll soon find that you attain a lot more information from Fantastical 2. Although there are a lot of functions inside the Fantastical 2, the interface feels slightly dated and cluttered. Fantastical 2 has kept iPhone users as their primary targeted market and therefore showcases some of the iPhone exclusive features such as the 3D Touch, “Peek and Pop”. The app cost will set you back 5 bucks, which is very reasonable for what it provides. There is a lot of power in this app; however, if you wish for a more simple experience you might want to sit this one out.
Calendars 5 – This app has been with us for a long time. Whether you’ve tried out one of the earlier versions or this is the first you’ve heard of this veteran it’s certainly worth your consideration. Calendars 5 excels when it comes to keeping it simple, along with perhaps the best calendar for reminders. Whether you need to be reminded about laundry, keeping track of your training schedule, sport events if you’re into sport betting or if you’re simply forgetful – this app got you covered. If you’re looking to keep it traditional and simple, this might be the best pick for you. Although the app only costs around $7 it might be a deal breaker for anyone who feels Google Calendar suits their needs.