Readdle Brings New Features To Calendars, Then Slashes 80% Off Its Price Tag

Readdle Brings New Features To Calendars, Then Slashes 80% Off Its Price Tag

Readdle has issued a new update to its Calendars app for iOS today, introducing a number of new features and some nice improvements. And if that wasn’t enough, the company has also slashed 80% off its price tag for Christmas, so if you haven’t already go it, now’s a great time to pick it up.

If you’re unfamiliar with Calendars, it’s a great Google Calendar app for iOS — that also works with Apple’s built-in Calendar app — that sports a unique user interface and lots of awesome features. It supports everything you get with Google Calendar, like appointments, tasks, SMS reminders, recurring events, and more — plus super speedy syncing.

In addition to the ability to change event colors, the latest version of Calendars lets you copy and past events and create local calendars, and offers a new event pop-up feature. It also promises faster sync, secure OAuth authorization, and “many other minor improvements,” including better Google Tasks sync.

If you already own Calendars, the update is, of course, free. But for those who don’t, you can now pick it up with 80% off its regular price. That means it’s just $1.99 as opposed to $6.99. You’ll find it in the App Store by hitting the source link below.

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  • ctt1wbw

    This could a great calendar app, but they refuse to give the option to put today’s date on the badge. Which kinda sorta negates the purpose of a calendar app.

  • frank1234

    $5 off, not 80%

  • ctt1wbw
    This could a great calendar app, but they refuse to give the option to put today’s date on the badge. Which kinda sorta negates the purpose of a calendar app.

    That functionality violates the AppStore / iOS SDK TOA.

    Uh, no it doesn’t. Pocket Informant, Calengoo, lots of others have this badge on there.

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