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What makes the perfect calendar app? At the minimum, it should remind you of appointments and important dates. It should also make scheduling as effortless as possible. The thing is, there is a perfect calendar app. We all have different workflows and varying schedules needs vary. Some of us may just need a simple, streamlined calendar, while others require a more robust app that can track tasks. In fact, you can choose from many ideal calendar apps for 2020 that will increase your productivity for the year.

Calendar Apps for 2020 Productivity

Because of this, we’ve compiled a list of the top 101 calendar apps for 2020 for you to try until you find one that’s best for you.

1. Calendar

If you no longer want to play phone tag when scheduling an appointment then this free app will make that a problem of the past. Just simply let Calendar know your availability and it’ll do the rest for you. Easy, right?

You then share your Calendar links through email or embed it onto your website. The app also integrates with tools that you’re probably already using. This includes Google, Salesforce, GoToMeeting, Zapier, and Outlook. Another awesome feature is timezone detection so that everyone is on the same page.

The app also harnesses he power of machine learning so that it make suggestions on when, where, and how meetings should take place.

2. Fantastical 2

Here’s an iOS calendar and reminder app that allows you to easily add events using natural language. Just say phrases like “remind me tomorrow at 3PM to call Jim.”

It can also quickly call, email, or message invitees to events or wish them a happy birthday. The DayTicker is an handy feature that allows you to view and manage your events and reminders for the day.

The Apple Watch integration pushes your events and appointments directly to your wrist for additional convenience. The app also works with built-in calendar accounts like iCloud, Google Calendar, and Yahoo. The app will cost you $4.99.

3. Google Calendar

Google Calendar isn’t just for those who are invested in the big G. While you can see upcoming events like flights, reservations, or bill due dates if you use Gmail, non-Gmail users can still access those same functions. This includes reminders for upcoming events, reviewing your to-dos, and being able to see what’s planned on a specific date.

Google Calendar can also link seamlessly with other calendars, such as Samsung’s S-Planner or Apple’s iCloud. But, one of the more unique things that Google Calendar can do is allowing you to set personal goals. And, you can easily share it with others – which makes it a great tool when working with teams.

The price isn’t too bad either — since it’s free.

4. iCloud Calendar

If you own an Apple device – or several – all of your email, address book, and calendar software is preinstalled. This means everything is designed to work together seamlessly right from the get-go. It’s also packed with features like setting up recurring events, creating multiple color-coded calendars, and sharing notifications with others.

Besides syncing across all of your Apple devices, this app also syncs with Google Calendar. Overall, this is an ideal option for business owners and families wanting to stay organized together.

5. CloudCal

This advanced productivity app from PSELIS, along with CloudTasks, is for Android only. It allows you to view instantly your availability, customize your day, and create to-do-lists. It can also be used to create, organize, and share your personal and professional goals. This app also syncs across between Google Calendar, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook, and Google Tasks.

You’ll have to pay $3.49 for the app.

6. Cozi

If you want to maintain a healthy work-life balance then this calendar app was designed with you in mind. The app keeps your family’s activities and events in one location. It also lets you create and share shopping lists, chores, recipes, and moments in real time. The Cozi Today feature provides your day’s agenda at a glance.

Cozi is available for free for iPhone/iPad,Android, and Windows 8.1.

7. Calendars 5

Readdle’s Calendars 5 is a cool and impressive iOS app that clearly displays everything you need to know about your schedule. It contains multiple views ranging from monthly down to daily. With natural language support you can verbally enter new events or reminders.

The app is also capable of task and event management. It syncs with the built in iOS calendar app, Reminders, and Google Calendar to make your life easier. The timeline view where events are categorized with icons, is perfect when just want a glance of your schedule.

The app is pricey, however. It costs $6.99 on the App Store.

8. Awesome Calendar

This is an all-in-tool from YunaSoft to assist you in managing both your personal and business life. That’s because it has three apps in one; to-do, calendar, and diary. This means you can view and edit your schedule, create to-do lists, and write in your diary.

Other features include customer alerts, timezone support, holidays noted in 35 countries, weather information, and this calendar can be shared with others. The app works with all iPhone supported calendars. This includes Cloud, MobileMe, Google Calendar, Yahoo! Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Exchange ActiveSync, iCal, CalDAV, ICS subscription calendars.

The Awesome Calendar will set you back ten bucks on the App Store.

9. Month Calendar Widget

This isn’t exactly an app. It’s actually a widget from Candl Apps that you can display on your Android’s home screen. It allows you to quickly view your calendar activities and events, agenda, and to-do lists for the month. It also seamlessly syncs with Google Calendar.

The best part? It can be downloaded for free.

10. Tiny Calendar

Tiny Calendar from Appxy is a native Google Calendar app that features an intuitive design. However, it can be used on Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The app is notable for supporting eight standard views – day, week, month, 4-days, year, mini-month, week agenda and agenda.

Other features include real-time synchronization and being able to set-up recurring events. You can even invite people and see their status for the invite, set reminders  and recurring events, and it can work offline.

11. Famjama

This calendar app was designed with families in mind. For example, you can create family to-do lists and then assign items to various family members. You can also send out message blasts to your family directly from the app and sync it with your Google Calendar.

Ultimately, this one of the best apps to coordinate and manage your family’s commitments and appointments  – it even made PC Magazine’s Editors Choice . You can start using Famjama by signing in with Facebook or your email address.

FYI — the app is for sale if you want you’re an entrepreneur looking for a new business opportunity.

12. Accompany

This free app dubs itself the “executive’s best friend.” Why? It sends executive briefings — such as professional history, relevant news, and key company info — automatically to your inbox. You can also tap on any face or logo in your calendar for more information — like your last communications with the contacts, their social media posts, or news stories — on any entity.

Accompany also determines the emails that deserve your attention based on who sent the email. The app is available on iOS, but there’s web client versions for Gmail, Outlook, Exchange, and Office 365 users.

13. Week Calendar Planner

For those who have to plan group meetings, then this app is here to save the day. Simply create an appointment, each party is sent an email, and they respond with their availability. You can then set the best time, date, and location based on the responses.

The app is free to download on iPhone and Android devices.

14. Business Calendar 2

This free Android app has all the basics covered. Event calendar and task management, recurring reminders and events, multiple views, and support for holidays and birthdays are all included. There’s also widgets that can be placed on your home screen to upcoming events events and tasks. The Day View allows you to zoom in so that you can easily view your schedule.

One unique feature is a heat map. This makes it easier to spot free days where you don’t have any plans, tasks, or events. While the app is free, the Pro- version has additional features that you may require.

15. Simple Calendar Widget

This popular widget is functional on Android phones and tablets. It features a minimal calendar that can integrate with your existing calendars for a more seamless experience. This allows it to display upcoming appointments directly on your homescreen.

This stylish widget can can also show weather, sports schedules, holidays, and can supports tasks using Dato and GTasks. The app is free to download.

16. Pocket Informant

There’s a good reason why this app from Fanatic boasts that it’s the best calendar app. It’s packed with features that most other calendar apps don’t offer. This includes displaying events and tasks on one screen, task checklists, calendar filtering, and location-based alerts. It also syncs with Google, Evernote, and Toodledo.

If you want or need to print your calendar, you can do that as well. It can be used on iPhone and Android devices. Monthly plans are five bucks.

17. Outlook

Available for free on both iOS and Android, this reliable calendar is more of a personal assistant. That’s because you can create appointments, organize meetings, view group schedules, and view calendars side-by-side. It’s most powerful advantage is its email functions and MS office integration.

It can also tie-into Facebook, Evernote, and Wunderlist. There’s also event directions from your favorite mapping apps and an “Interesting Calendars” feature. This lets you subscribe to your personal interests like sports games and TV shows.

18. Hub

Hub isn’t just a calendar app. It’s a collaborative tool that will keep your family organized. With this app all family members can share their own calendars, make to-do lists, assign tasks to family members, and communicate with each other privately.

The app is available to download on the App Store and Google Play after you send the app your phone number.

19. aCalendar

What makes aCalendar stand out is that you’re able to navigate between calendar views and increments of time. In other words, you can swipe left/right to change between daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly views. To move forward and backward in time just swipe up/down

The app from Tapir Apps also pulls birthdays from your contact list and allows you to set recurring events. You can easily share events using QR and NFC barcodes. The app is free to download on Google Play. But, there’s a $5 version with more robust features like being able to invite attendees to an event.

20. Jorte Calendar & Organizer

Available for both iOS and Android, this app syncs with other popular calendars, note-taking apps, and task managers. This includes Google Calendar, Google Task, Evernote, and Microsoft Office. Since it’s supported by a dedicated cloud service syncing data across multiple devices, creating backups, and sharing calendars is a breeze.

The calendar can be personalized so that you can change fonts and background images. There’s monthly, weekly, and daily views and a countdown to remind you of the days left until specific events. Jorte is free, but there’s also Jorte Premium starting at $2.99 per month that comes with more storage and features like business card scanning.

21. Family Wall

This is another app intended for families. This all-in-one organizer includes a shared calendar, shopping lists, customizable task lists, shared contacts, and location check-ins. You can also add voice, texts, photos, and videos of your family’s moments to your private wall. The app also syncs with your phone and calendar so you’re guaranteed to never miss an birthday or event again.

You can get the free app on Google Play or the App Store.

22. Timepage

This iOS app is from Moleskine, the folks behind those amazing notebooks. As such, it’s stylish and comes packed with incredible features. For starters, it provides a simple timeline of your day’s appointments and a monthly “heatmap.” Natural language support allows you to verbally add new events to your calendar.

Timepage works with existing calendar providers like iCloud, Facebook and Google. It costs $4.99 for iPhone users. For iPad users, the price is $6.99.

23. iXalendar

Like Google Calendar, you can quickly add events using this app. The main difference is that it’s context-aware. This means if you add “gym” it will display a dumbbell in the background. Another key difference is that it’s only for iPad and iPhone owners.

Other features include multiple views by Month, Agenda, Year View; Birthday, Holiday calendar, a widget that shows what’s going on today, event countdown, task management, and the ability to export events to Facebook.

24. GO Calendar Widget

Here’s another Android widget that lets you view your month, agendas, and upcoming events on your homescreen. It also supports showing the Chinese Lunar and Moon phase. It may not seem special, but it’s a simple way to boost your daily productivity.

25. Up Next

The goal of this iOS app is to simplify your life. How? By combining your to-do lists, calendar, and location the app determines which task you should focus on next.

You can add tasks or events verbally by just telling Siri to remind you. And, you can set-up recurring event as well. The app costs $1.99 in the App Store.

26. Peek Calendar

The problem with some calendar apps is that there is so much information presented to you that you get distracted. Peek handles this problem for your. It only provides the information that you need, when you need it.

The app was designed to be a fluid, fast, and fun way to glimpse at you daily schedule. There’s even playful features to, “call someone you miss.” You can then choose to add that to you calendar at a random time “soon.”

Peek is currently only available for iOS, but they’re supposedly working on an Android app.

27. Newton Calendar

Newton Mail is a pricey, but very quality mobile email app. After a demand from users, Newton began developing their own Calendar app. The result? A companion app that allows you to quickly view your schedule and add events by typing the date, time, and event title.

The app works with Gmail and Google Apps calendars and Exchange (EWS). It’s free with a Newton Mail subscription.

28. DigiCal Calendar Agenda

This calendar comes with seven different view modes and six customizable widgets. This way you’ll have a more detailed look at your schedule — or view it with a quick glance. It can also sync with Google Calendar, Outlook, and Exchange. Other features include invitation management, weather forecasts, maps and navigation, and notifications for snooze.

DigiCal is available in 27 different languages and has a cool event pop-up tool. It’s only available for Android devices. There’s both a free version and premium paid version for $5.

29. Shifts

This is probably the most unique calendar app on this list. It focuses only on scheduling and recording irregular shift — and duration-based work hours. You can generate a variety of custom shifts, create recurring rules for them, and overlay them with other calendars.

Shifts, which is from the studio Snowman,  also lets you add personalized notes for each shift and enter hourly rates for estimated earnings. You can even share your schedule with friends, family, and co-workers. It’s only available for sale on the App Store for $4.99.

30. Calvetica Calendar

This alternative calendar app from the software company Mysterious Trousers features a very simple and smart design. In fact, when viewing the current month there’s small bars and dots inside days. This indicates either all-day events or those scheduled for a few specific amount of time. You can change to hourly or weekly views by pinching your screen with your fingers.

Since Calvetica integrates with Reminders, it can become both calendar and to-do app. You can purchase the app for $2.99 at the App Store.

31. Event Flow Calendar Widget

Yet another Android widget that displays your monthly calendar or daily agenda directly onto your homescreen. It can also display the weather forecast for the next five days. You can customize the widget by changing the background and fonts.

The app is free to download on Google Play.

32. My.Agenda

This iOS app provides a detailed view of your calendar and agenda. It also unifies your reminders, appointments, and to-do lists. And, you can easily identify these items by being able to color code them. Since it’s from LightArrow, a company focused on developing apps that will boost productivity, you know that this is a quality app that can be tailored to meet your needs.

Other built-in features include viewing scheduled items on a map and backing up data to Dropbox. The app can be purchased for $2.99.

33. My Study Life

Are you a student? Then this is the calendar app for you. It’s a cross-platform digital planner that keeps tabs of your daily schedule. It also reminds you of exam and tests dates, as well as homework deadlines.

Other useful features include a homework tracker, a calendar with color-coded events, and a class schedule manager. This free app is available for Android and iOS.

34. UpTo

This calendar has two layers. The front is your existing calendar. The back layer is based on your likes and interests.

This means you can use this app to schedule meetings, while following the things you care about. It syncs with existing calendars, like Google Calendar, iCloud, Outlook, Facebook Events, and can be shared with others. UpTo is available on the App Store and Google Play for free.

35. miCal

This app claims that it’s the “missing calendar app” for Apple devices. It supports eight different views, supports iOS reminders, and get birthday reminders. You can create events using the natural input feature and works with iCloud, Google Calendar, Outlook, Exchange, Facebook Events, and subscriptions.

The app is available in eight different languages. It also places event locations on a map and displays travel time. miCal costs $1.99.

36. Blotter

Blotter isn’t a calendar app for mobile devices. Instead, it presents your iCal calendar events and reminders directly on your Mac’s desktop. This way you can quickly see what’s happening this week, what you have scheduled right now, and what to-dos you want to be reminded of.

Blotter is only available on the Mac App Store for $9.99.

37. Wave Calendar

Wave gets a lot of points for it’s clean and smooth interface. As a calendar you can view your events in a day, week, week-agenda, month, mega-month, or list view. Other features include widgets, being able to add attachments to appointments, color code events, and weather forecasts.

It’s even compatible for wearable devices like Apple Watch and Android Wear. Best of all? It’s free.

38. PlanPlus Online

Looking for ultimate organization? PlanPlus Online can deliver that. It offers a suite of tools like a calendar, task manager, contact manager and daily or weekly planner.

There’s even sales workflow automation, project management, and the ability to sync with Exchange, Google and Office. You’ll have to be invited to use the free Lite Version. But, you can purchase plans starting at $12 per month.

39. SmartDay

SmartDay from the team at Leaft Coast Logic is one of the few calendars that works on web, Mac, Android, and iOS. It organizes all of your tasks, appointments, notes, and projects in one location. You can then share this info with others.

SmartDay automatically schedules tasks for your — or others. You can even share projects on social media if you like. Pricing for the app is: Free on the web; $29.99 for Mac; $9.99 for iOS; $4.99 for Android

40. Whenever

This iOS was “modeled after the simplicity and flexibility of a physical notebook.” This is accomplished by creating your most important upcoming commitments. These are kept in order of priority and placed in the background when completed.

What’s most interesting is that allows you to reflect on everything that you’ve accomplished. It’s chill and keeps you organized and motivated.

Whenever is free to download.

41. BusyCal

BusyCal displays your calendar in Day, Week, Month, Year and List views. However, the ability to customize these views to meet your needs is what makes it awesome. For example, you can select the number of weeks shown in the Month view or alter the calendar’s appearance.

One of the more popular features is the embedded info panel that appears in the sidebar. This allows you to quickly view and edit event details. Other features include integrating to dos, travel time, alarms, contacts, and the weather.

BusyCal is pricey. It will cost you fifty bucks on the App Store.

42. LifeTopix

This handy iOS app is more like an all-in-one organizer from the folks at LightArrow again. It can be used to organize and track everything in one spot. Manage your calendar, projects and tasks, contacts, digital content, finances,  inboxes and anything else you think is relevant.

The app is designed for both the iPhone and iPad. One complaint is that it costs $20.

43. CalenGoo

This flexible calendar syncs with Google Calendar and iCloud. It can be viewed in ten ways. This calendar can be used to schedule and remind you of tasks and events.

You can invite your contacts as attendees to events through a link, attach files, and print your calendar if you like. The Today Widget is perfect for daily reminders.

The iOS app will set you back $6.99.

44. VueMinder

This is arguably the most powerful Windows calendar app around. It can manage appointments, keep track of tasks, get reminders, and share calendars. You can print calendars or view it directly on the Windows desktop background.

With VueMinder you can define tasks or break larger tasks into smaller ones. It also syncs with your local network, Google Calendar, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook, iCalendar. You can download this for free, but to access all of its feature you’ll have to purchase either the Pro or Ultimate plans.

45. SweetHawk

Do you use ZenDesk? If so, then you really need to checkout SweetHawk. This company provides numerous ZenDesk apps that can enhance your productivity.

For starters, the calendar is created from within your ZenDesk tickets. There’s also apps for reminders, tasks, deadlines, and approvals. Prices range for these apps. But, the calendar app is $2.50/month.

46. 24me

Going beyond a calendar app, 24me is your very own personal assistant. It comes with a calendar, to-do list, and notes already built-in and united.

Ultimately, it connects to your real life, such as utilities, service providers, banks, and social networks. It then automatically informs you what needs to be done and guides you in doing take of business.

It’s free to use for iOS and Android.

47. Teamup Calendar

Have you been looking for a shared calendar for a group? Then this free app deserves your attention. You can use it to organize, schedule, and share color-coded calendars with all of your team members.

It’s easy to-use and can be customized however you prefer. It works for Android and iOS devices. You can try the calendar for free before jumping to a paid plan starting at $8/month.

48. Fruux

This cross-platform calendar isn’t just attractive. It uses more of collaborative approach to scheduling, delegation, and and managing tasks. It’s one of the few apps that works on any device and the web.

Fruux is free and open source. This means if you have programming skills you can tinker with the apps as much as you want so tat it can meet your specific needs.

49. Doodle

This app simplifies scheduling by creating polls to find the best date and time. Since it works with Google and Outlook you don’t have to keep switching back-and-forth. Everything syncs automatically for you.

For one person, Doodle is free. Premium plans start at $39.

50. Foogi

Is a scheduling a meeting still a challenge in your workplace? Foogi can take care of that by working calendars like Outlook, Google, iCloud. It then allows collaborators across time zones to easily see shared availability and quickly schedule meetings.

Another perk is that everyone can continue to use their preferred calendars. This makes Foogi effective and efficient.

51. Schedule Planner

Unlike other calendar apps, this one was built by Digi117as a work schedule app. It allows you to control your employee-scheduling process. The color-coded fields are then used to indicate when an employee works.

The color-coded fields can also be used to differentiate between home and work tasks. And, since this is cloud-based, distribution, changes, and collaboration is streamlined down to just a few taps. The app is available for iOS and Android.

52. Plan

Plan promises to “organize your life.” That’s because it’s like a command center where tools like your calendar, email, JIRA, Zendesk, Salesforce, and Github are all synced.

You can sign-up for free using accounts like your Gmail address.

53. Planner Pro

Despite being listed as a daily planner app, Planner Pro from Appxy is a fully functional calendar app. It lets you create schedules for days, weeks, and months in advance. You can create tasks based on priority and separate lists for different types of tasks.

It’s available for Android and iOS.

54. MixMax

This isn’t really a calendar app. Instead, MixMax can guide you into becoming a sales pro. Even more interesting, it uses email to achieve this.

You can schedule meetings, send polls or surveys, and automate your emails and marketing. You can download the app for free.

55. Smooth Calendar

A simple and attractive Android widget that supports Google Calendar, Exchange, and Facebook. Since it’s a widget, you’ll receive updates and reminders on your home screen and it can be configured to match the look of the rest of your device. Smooth Calendar is free, but there’s also a Premium Version with extra features.

56. Timely

This app will “curate, create, promote, and discover relevant events for your community.” It can be used a personal calendar or for community groups and event creators. It’s embeddable, can be customized, and be used for newsletters and recurring events.

There’s a free version with basic features. But if you need more robust features, you’ll have to purchase a monthly plan starting at $9.

57. ChoreMonster

If chores are an issue at home, then ChoreMonster is here to help. Just create scheduled chores for your kids. Once they’ve proved they’re done you can reward them however you want.

ChoreMonster is available on iOS, Android, and Kindle.

58. Clara

This is Clara. And she’s your personal assistant.

Just add Clara to any email and she’ll take care of scheduling events  for you. With Clara managing your meetings, there’s no more back and forth. The only thing you have to do is show up.

You can try Clara for free after adding your email.

59. Calendly

This is another scheduling app that eliminates the back-and-forth emails. Just let Calendly know your availability and you can share it via email or a link. The other party picks a time and the event is created.

The app integrates with Gmail, MailChimp, Salesforce, Zapier, and Slack. There is a free version, with monthly plans starting at $8.

60. FreeBusy

This is actually an A.I. scheduling app that claims it can schedule meetings in 60 seconds. It uses Outlook and Google to coordinate the best meeting times based on the availability all parties involved. Since you sign-in with your calendar you don’t need to remember new login info.

For personal use the app is free. Business plans start at $12 per month.

61. Float

Are having trouble keeping track of who’s working on what and when. Float solves that problem since it’s a visual team planner. It gives you a bird’s eye view of who’s working on what and when.

You can create schedules, email them to your team, and import active projects. It also integrates with apps like Zapier. Pricing starts at $5 per person per month.

62. Callr

With the Callr app you can schedule conference calls in three easy steps. Just enter your phone number, link your calendar, and Callr will call you 30 seconds before your event starts. The app is available for iOS and Android is free for ten calls a month.

You can receive 25 calls a month for $9 month.

63. Momentum

This personal dashboard is for Chrome users. It can be used to set a daily focus, track to-dos, and get inspired with a daily photo and quote. It’s a simple and cheap way to remain productive and inspired on  a daily basis.

64. Kin

Do you miss Sunrise? If so, then Kin could be its best replacement. In fact, it looks pretty much the same as Sunrise. Overall, it’s a simple, connected calendar that helps you manage your life in one interface.

It connects with Trello, Google, Wunderlist, Meetup, and Facebook. But, since Kin is still in it’s early stages, you may expect some hiccups. Currently it’s available only as an iOS app, but expect Android soon.

65. Glympse

Managing the schedules of each family member in your home may seem impossible. Thankfully, this free app lets you share your location to notify family members. This way they’ll known if you’re on-time or running late.

There is a business version too. It’s available on Android, iOS, and Windows.

66. Setmore

This is a free scheduling platform for businesses of all sizes. It allows customers to book appointments, schedule meetings, and receive alerts and reminders. Setmore even allows you to get paid up front, online, or in-person.

It connects with Slack, Facebook, WordPress, Google Calendar, Outlook, and Stripe. It’s available for iOS and Android.

67. Vyte.in

With this app you simply choose your invitees and suggest available times directly from your calendar. Your invitees vote on your suggestion – even if they aren’t Vyte users. Then, you just confirm the best time with one click.

Once everyone approves, they’ll receive a confirmation in their calendars.

68. Meet-O-Matic

This app claims that it’s the “world’s simplest meeting scheduler.” And, it makes a convincing argument. Just enter your meeting name, your email, and then choose your dates. That’s it. The a[ takes care of the rest.

Pricing is just $19.99 per year.

69. NeedToMeet

Another app intended to simplify scheduling. Enter the meeting details, suggest a date and time, and invite attendees. Meetings can then be  planned on the web, on mobile apps, or Microsoft Outlook plugin.

There’s a free plan, but monthly plans are only $12 a year.

70. Appointlet

With Appointlet you create a customized appointment schedule and booking page. You then share it with customers and prospects via email or a landing page. Your customers and prospects book an available time and it’s automatically added to everyone’s calendars.

You can try Appointlet free for 30-days. After that, plans start at $14/month.

71. Meekan

This is an AI scheduling assistant from Doodle that matches everyone’s calendars in seconds. It works by asking to schedule a meeting. Meekan’s advanced AI matches everyone’s available time, preferences, and habits, and suggests the best time.

When everyone is on-board, Meekan syncs with Google, Office 365 or iCloud calendar.

72. Assitant.to

This free Gmail tool monitors your availability and works with your recipient to find a common available time. As a result, you can book meetings with just one mail. It also automatically detects and converts your recipient’s time zone so there’s no confusion.

73. x.ai

This is another personal assistant. Her name is Amy, and you can just Cc: her. She’ll then take over scheduling meetings for you.

If you have under five meetings for month, x.ai is free. If you have more, plans start at $39 per month.

74. Xoyondo

Another free scheduling tool. Just select dates and times and invite participants. Each participant indicates which dates and times are suitable through a poll.

Xoyondo is free and there’s no registration required.

75. SuperSaaS

For business owners, SuperSaaS can be used to accept online appointments. It can also be used for students to sign-up for classes. It can even be used as an online booking calendar for events, workshops or conferences

SuperSaaS is free for up to 50 appointments. Packages start at $8 per month.

76. CalAlarm 2

Like most calendar apps, CalAlarm includes multiple views, the ability to share events via email. Facebook, Twitter, and AirDrop, and time zone support. What sets-it-apart is that you can Snooze or Move your event instantly, or set-up Nags for constant alerts.

This iOS app can purchased for $2.99.

77. Touch Calendar

This is a simple app that allows you see your entire calendar at a glance. It features a zoomable and scrollable view and a widget so you can view everything from your home screen. Since this is an Android App, it works flawlessly with Google Calendar.

There’s free version, as well as a paid version for $3.38.

78. Time and Date

This isn’t just one app. Time and Date features a number of calendar tools, such as a monthly calendar, meeting planner, and holiday and events. There’s even an interesting “On This Day in History” calendar too.

79. Simply Us

This is a fun app that can organize the lives of you and your spouse. It gets you on the same page so that you don’t meet at the wrong time or forget to pick-up the milk. Besides syncing schedules and to-dos, you can also share photos and texts.

80. Couple

This is pretty much a social network for couples. It allows you to make phone calls, Facetime, exchange texts, and share calendars. You can also exchange to-do lists through the app.

81. Vantage

This is a stylish calendar and to-do list app that contains a scrolling timeline. It’s reminiscent to the opening crawl of Star Wars. Vantage also comes loaned with visuals and the ability to customize your events so that you can quickly view your schedule at glance using color codes and tags.

Other features include natural language support, drop and drag to-dos, and ability to send email invitations. The app is free to download at the App Store.

82. Mozilla Thunderbird – Lightning Calendar

Organize your schedule and the most important events in your life. This calendar from Mozilla can be fully integrated with your Thunderbird or Seamonkey email account. You can also manage multiple calendars, create daily to do lists, invite friends to events, and subscribe to public calendars.

The Lightning Calendar extension is completely customizable if you’re a developer. So it’s not for everyone. But, for developers, it’s worth a look.

83. Horizon 3

This app was specifically designed for mobile users who are active. This is because it binds together calendars and weather reporting. It displays weather alerts and travel time, as well as travel time. The month view provides a visual of your schedule,the darker the bar, the busier you are.

Horizon 3 is available for free on the App Store.

84. SaiSuke

This free iOS app allows you to view your calendars in a daily, weekly, or yearly views. The monthly view gives you a better perspective since you can glance at appointment titles. Overall, there are 11 different views and you can customize the interface how you like. SaiSuke is also compatible with Google Calendar.

85. One Calendar

For Window users, this is probably the most popular calendar app. It can view and manage all of your calendars like Outlook, Google Calendar, Exchange/Office365 calendar, and Facebook Events. The app lets you quickly filter the appointments you would like to see.

86. Edison Assistant

This is an award-winning virtual assistant app. It can be used to navigate your daily routine by alerting you when to leave, public transit times, and weather forecasts. It also identifies emails you may have forgotten to respond to and adds meetings.

It’s also makes your travel less stressful. You can access boarding passes, receive flight status, and add itineraries and confirmations. It’s free to download on the App Store.

87. Wunderlist

Do you plan your day with Wunderlist? Then you can integrate the Wunderlist Calendar with Outlook. Now your calendar and email are together in one nifty app.

The Wunderlist Calendar App for Outlook is available on Android, iPhone, and iPod.

88. Trello

If you use the project management tool Trello, I have some good news for you. You can add a calendar to your boards.

The Calendar Power-Up is a great way to visualize all of the cards with due dates on your board. When the due date is 24 hours away, the date badge will turn yellow on the card. It’s an effective a visual reminder.

89. Pick

Pick uses intelligence to compare the calendars of all participants of a meeting. It then adds the events to the calendars of all parties involved. Then you can share your availability with anyone via a personalized link.

The pick app is free to download on the App Store.

90. Chronos Calendar

Chronos is an elegant app for Windows mobile users. It syncs with all connected accounts, has various views, and built-in holidays and other various special days for over 50 countries. The app costs $2.29.

91. My Calendar

This app has been optimize for Windows 10. It features customizable calendar views, several Live Tile options, birthdays with photos, and task management. And, it’s 100% free.

92. Zoho Calendar

If you’re already using the Zoho suite of tools, then this calendar is essential. It can send and receive invites, share a group calendar, and sends events reminders. Zoho Calendar syncs with Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar and Zoho CRM Calendar.

93. OneView Calendar

This intuitive calendar app from Peter Molyneux can be used for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone users. Instead of the standard day, week, month or agenda views, one single view that is zoomable and scrollable. This lets you quickly grasp what’s going on in your life.

Since it works natively with your Google Calendar data no setup is required. OneView Calendar is currently free to download.

94. Cronofy

This app was built specifically for developers. It allows them to create a calendar based on their needs. This includes interview scheduling, employee onboarding, shift planning, and appointment reminders. Starter plans begin at $79 per month.

95. Nextcloud Calendar

This is another app just for developers so you can tailor it to fit your needs. It’s a user interface for Nextcloud’s CalDAV server that syncs events from various devices. You can them easily edit them online. Several users have reported that they’ve replaced Google Calendar with this for privacy reasons.

96. KOrganizer

KOrganizer is the calendar and scheduling component of the powerful desktop Kontact. It also supports multiple calendars and to-do lists.

97. Evolution

Evolution is personal information management software for the GNOME desktop. It provides integrated mail, calendaring, and address book functionality from one conveient location.

98. Day Planner

This is a free and open-source calendar app developed just for Linux user. It enables them to plan and manage their time by handling appointments and events.

99. Calcourse

This is simple and powerful text based calendar and organizer that can be used on Linux. It keeps tabs on daily activities and future events you want to accomplish or attend.

100. Calendar Application by Smartsheet

This calendar app allows you to create a master calendar that combines multiple calendars. You can also create a communications calendar and manage marketing campaigns and project dates and tasks.

101. Awesome Calendar

As it’s name implies, this app is awesome. It’s a combination calendar, to-do-list and note-taking application that links up with iPhone-supported calendars like iCloud, Google Calendar and Exchange. You can also create customized alarms,apply stickers to events, and share your calendar and lists with others.

The only issues with this app is that it will cost you $10 on the App Store.

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