7 Fantastic Calendar Apps To Keep You on Schedule

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7 Fantastic Calendar Apps To Keep You on Schedule

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    1. CalenGoo

    CalenGoo integrates with Google Calendar and displays events in the same colors you’ve chosen on Google Calendar. Plus, it recognizes visible and hidden calendars.

    Compatible with iOS and Android, the app lets you make changes to your calendar, even when you’re not connected to the Internet, and then syncs when you are.

    The app also allows you to invite people to events, and integrates with Google Tasks for creating task lists.

    Price: from $5.99

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    2. Organizer for iPhone

    Organizer for iPhone is designed to work much like a traditional organizer. A blank canvas of sorts, you can include virtually anything you could write on a piece of paper.

    The app lets you customize events in your calendar with text, diagrams, emoji (it includes 182), pictures and maps. Record voice memos and play them within the app.

    Price: $7.99

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    3. Pocket Informant

    Pocket Informant is a calendar and task management app for Android. The app’s pre-made filters help you quickly find different tasks, and its built-in templates help to create different types of events and tasks. Its configurable interface — with over 100 different options — customize the app to meet your needs.

    Price: $4.99

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    4. Countdown Calendar

    Counting down the days to a big trip or your retirement? Countdown Calendar lets you know how long until the big day, complete with hyperlinks and notes for each event.

    The app supports multiple events (so you can count down everything in your life), and has a central repository of countdowns for universal events, such as movie releases and sporting events. Just download them to your own calendar.

    Price: $1.99

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    5. Week Calendar

    Week Calendar gives you a quick overview of all your appointments for the week. Color-code individual events, link contacts to specific events, and share events with others via email.

    Price: $1.99

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    6. Touch Calendar

    Touch Calendar takes a different approach than some other apps out there — the entire calendar is viewable from a zoomable, scrollable interface, rather than several different calendar views. For instance, if you’re looking at a month view, you would simply zoom in to see by week.

    The full version of the app also includes a widget to view your calendar from your phone’s home screen.

    Price: $2.45

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    7. CalAlarm

    Need a gentle, audible reminder about events on your calendar? Calendar Alarm shows your appointments in a clear list, day, week and month view and lets you add notification sounds to existing alerts — the app has 25 built in. With iOS 5 and above, you can also use music or ringtones as alerts.

    Price: $1.99

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BY EMILY PRICEAUG 30, 2012
Most of us maintain calendars, and most of us end up struggling with them. Whether you use a calendar to keep up with schoolwork or important business appointments, you can use apps to help keep track of everything, from organizing your schedule to showing up on time to important meetings.We scoured the web to find some of the best Android and iOS schedule management apps out there. One displays calendar information on your phone’s home screen; another plays a custom sound to remind you of important calendar events. If you need deadlines to get things done, we even found an app that counts down the days before a particular event takes place.

SEE ALSO: How to Organize Family Plans With Google Calendar

Check out the gallery above for a look at some of our favorite apps to help keep you on schedule.Have your own favorite calendar app? Let us know in the comments which app you use to keep track of your schedule.

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