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The best calendar app 2019: top apps for planning meetings



When you have the best calendar app installed on your smartphone, your tablet or PC can make a difference in timing. The best calendar apps not only tell you the date, but they can keep you updated on upcoming events and meetings.

They can also give you directions to where the meetings are, invite others or tell them if you are driving late.

In this guide to the best calendar apps from 2019, we look at a number of calendar apps for mobile devices and computers.

  Image Credit: Any.do

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. Any.do

The best versatile calendar app

Platformer: Android, iOS, Windows, web |

Free version

Free version is limited

Any.do is our choice of the best versatile calendar app. It is available on mobile and desktop platforms, but it really shines on mobile thanks to an easy-to-use interface that gives you all the tools and information you need on smaller touchscreens. It easily connects to existing calendar apps for importing events, and color coding different calendars and events to keep everything in order. It is not as thorough as some specialized business calendar apps, but for most, this is a great way to keep meetings and appointments in order. Best of all, it's a free version you can try.

  Image caption: Flexibits

2. Fantastical 2

The best calendar app for Apple fans

Platformer: iOS, macOS |

Price: Price: $ 4.99 (iOS version), $ 49.99 Mac version

Designed specifically for Apple devices

Support for Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Pricey

No versions of Apple

If you have a wide selection of Apple devices, from MacBooks to iPhone and even an Apple Watch, Fantastical 2 is the best calendar app for you. It has an app for virtually every Apple product, and has been built from the ground to support macOS. Best of all, it syncs seamlessly between your devices, making it a powerful and useful calendar app for Apple fanatics. You can quickly and easily set up meetings and events, and it can also check that your colleagues are available for a suggested meeting with Google Apps or Exchange, making it a more powerful app than Apple's default calendar.

  Image Credit: Appgenix Software

Image Credit: Appgenix Software

3. Business Calendar 2

The best calendar app for Android

Platforms: Android |

Easy to manage multiple calendars

Large selection of widgets

Only Android users

Android users are a bit spoiled, by default.

Free / $ 4.99 / £ 3.99 for Pro version

The Google Calendar app is so good, but the best calendar app for Android devices is Business Calendar 2. Don't get rid of with the name, for Although this is an application that targets business use, it is an attractive and easy-to-use calendar app that is perfect for home users as well. It comes with a variety of themes and widgets that allow you to customize the look of your calendars. It does an excellent job of managing multiple calendars and displaying them in an easy-to-understand layout, and it comes as a free download. It is also a pro version that removes ads and contains some extra features, all at a reasonable price.

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4. Outlook Calendar

The Best Calendar App for Windows

Platforms: Windows, Web, Android, iOS, macOS |

Price: Free

Easy to use

Integrated with Windows and Microsoft Office

The interface is a bit nasty

If you are a Windows 10 user, then Microsoft's own Outlook Calendar is without doubt the best calendar app for you. It integrates closely with Windows 10 and uses the same Microsoft account you use to sign in to Windows, which means your contacts, events, and calendars will be waiting for you. It's free, but if you subscribe to Microsoft's Office 365 service, you get premium features that also make it an important business calendar app. You can even link your LinkedIn account. Despite being made by Microsoft, the Outlook calendar is available on a wide variety of platforms, including Android and iOS, and you can also view your calendar online.

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5. Lightning

The best calendar app for Linux

Platformer: Linux, Windows |

Free

Many features

Easily configurable

You need to use it with Thunderbird app

Dated look

There are a number of open source calendar apps for Linux, but in our opinion, Lightning- the addition of Mozilla's Thunderbird email client the best. It has an easy-to-use (if slightly dated) interface, and as an add-on it easily integrates with Thunderbird so you can turn email messages into events and respond to meeting invitations. You can easily manage multiple calendars and to-do lists, and it's also easy to set up. The downside is that it is not a standalone app, so you must use it with Thunderbird (and install it from the Thunderbird add-ons site). However, Thunderbird is also one of the best email clients, so we would recommend installing it anyway. It also works with Windows PCs.


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