Back in October we brought you a walkthrough of Calendar for Notification Center. Needless to say it was so barebones that I don’t even believe we made a post about it.

Now the same developer behind Calendar for Notification Center is back, this time with Calendar Pro.

How does Calendar Pro compare to its predecessor? Better yet, will it meet the needs of those who desire a calendar in iOS 5’s Notification Center?

As you can see, there are now a ton of options to configure this go around. You can customize your calendar’s colors to an absurd degree, along with adjusting options like holidays, and shortcuts to the stock Calendar app.

Calendar Pro, while not a life changing tweak, is much better than its predecessor in every way. The good news is that it is now available for download on Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $1.50.

If you’re someone who desires a Calendar in Notification Center, then your options aren’t very plentiful. Calendar Pro is one of the best options that you have at your disposal. Hopefully the widget will be updated with more options in the future like direct Calendar editing. In my opinion, that would make it a real “pro” tweak.

What do you think?

  • jose castro


    • I like it as well. The only change i would make is when you tap the day with an event it shows you details without launching the calendar app. Have a double tap or something for launching the app.

  • is this for ipad too?

  • Devs! makes a SB setting for Choosing Speaker on Incoming Calls!! for drivers who need their iphones on speaker mood on default when picking up their calls !

    ..nice video, nice calender! 🙂

    • theres the speaker button when u pick up, do u want to swipe down NC or swipe for sbsettings for choosing speaker? it sounds harder to me

      • hey, know i realize there is a speaker button to change it to speaker mode when i pick up a call.. Butttt.. currently before i get into my car i go into settings>general>accessibility.. under the physical & motor section i select the incoming calls as ‘Speaker’ … i do this before i get into the car .. so when i do receive a phone call all i need to do it answer the call and BAM its already on speaker mode so i wont need to play around with the iphone while im on the highway or whatever..

        Im not a computer engineer.. but i figure it would be pretty easy to make a sb setting that simple changes the default setting from headset to speaker mode. so all id have to do it toggle the setting and id be happy to know that once i receive a call in the car it would automatically answer it in speaker mode.. thats all..

        I can easily go into settings everytime and then again when im getting out of the car to turn it back to normal .. butt.. sb settings would just be so much easilerrrrr.. thanks!

        please someone do this! it couldnt be too hard to code could it… ?

    • theres the speaker button when u pick up, do u want to swipe down NC or swipe for sbsettings for choosing speaker? it sounds harder to me

  • How does the upper tweak calls?

  • How does the upper tweak calls?

  • Looks good! It could completely revamp default iOS calendar notification center which is pretty bad

  • Don’t really think this is worth $1.50, especially when options are so limited in a “Pro” version (Is there a lite version coming soon for free?)

  • Which case/cover is used on the iPhone in the video? Looks great!

  • Please, I really want know how to use my sbsettings aways on top like this photo, and how to add respring and rotation together at the same bar, thx

  • trasman

    Is there a way to make iOS7 and iOS8 notification center more useful with a tweak like this?