A Calendar app is useful to help us organize and better manage our schedules. Here are some of the best calendar apps you can use on both mobile and desktop.
Looking for a Calendar app that can help you with planning events and meetings? With Calio, you can do it all within the app.
After all these long years, Thunderbird continues to rule the roost for desktop-based email clients. For Thunderbird users, here are 12 useful addons you shouldn’t live without.
There aren’t many calendar apps for Linux, but that’s not to say there are no good options. Here are 5 of the best calendar apps for Linux.
Looking to have iCloud sync your calendar subscriptions across your Apple devices? Here’s how you can do so using your Mac.
Microsoft will be discontinuing the Sunrise Calendar app soon. Here are five alternatives to Sunrise Calendar for Android.
If you have several calendars for different purposes, you may want to set one of them as the default calendar. Here’s how to set the default calendar in OS X and iOS.
If you use Google Calendar regularly and want to sync your events with the Windows 10 Calendar app, here’s how to do that.
If you are one of those who work with servers, or are die-hard command line fans, you can use Calcurse to manage your appointment and get organized. Here’s how you can do so.
Mac OS X does come with a full featured calendar app, but If you’re looking for an alternative, here are some great calendar app alternatives for your Mac.
Rainlendar is one of the best cross-platforms calendar application that is fully customizable and comes with powerful features. Check out its review and giveaway details.
Fantastical for Mac allows you to easily add events and working with these calendars as if they were humans. It’s not free, but we have a giveaway event for it. Check it out.
Gone are the days when you used paper-sheets to keep track of your schedule. Here are some of the best calendar apps for Android that you can use.
Are you still looking for the perfect 2014 calendar. Pically is a free program that you can grab and use to create beautiful calendars using your own photos.
If you wish to move away from Google Calendar, you can always host your own Calendar server. Owncloud comes with this feature in its recent version.
For those command line lovers, you can easily display a calendar in the terminal with this command: cal This will work in both Linux and Mac OS X. The default “cal” command will show the calendar for the current month. If you want it to show other month, say January 2012, just type: cal 01 […]
Do you know that there is a Ubuntu distro specially for the Chinese? Ubuntu Kylin is the official Chinese Ubuntu distro and it comes with features targeted at the Chinese market. China would probably be its biggest market, but any Chinese in the World will be able to use it, and love it too.
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