Sunrise Calendar introduces apps: Evernote, Tripit, Songkick, Asana and Github

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The popular and elegant replacement for the stock iOS Calendar app, Sunrise Calendar by Sunrise Atelier, Inc., just recently has expanded its reach and is now available across iOS and Android  mobile platforms and on the web, with a consistent feature set and unified design.

Now available free of charge in the App Store, the new version 2.4 brings support for select third-party applications. That’s right, you can now connect apps like Songkick, Evernote, Tripit, Github and Asana directly in Sunrise and make your life a little easier…

According to developers, these apps help extend Sunrise’s functionality by making it easy to sync data between them.

For example, you can access Evernote notes and notebooks right in Sunrise, see where concerts are taking place on a map, sync your Tripit travel plans and more.

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The option to connect apps can be found inside Sunrise’s in-app settings.

Here’s Sunrise 2.4 changelog:

Songkick – Brings your concerts directly in your favorite calendar! It’s never been easier to find a great show with Sunrise and Songkick.

Evernote – The best note app now works with Sunrise! All our reminders in Evernote will be visible in Sunrise, and you can even edit them from Sunrise! We’re syncing both ways.

Tripit – Make traveling easy! Synchronize all your travel plans in your Sunrise by using Tripit. You can stop adding things manually to your calendar 🙂

Github and Asana – Stay on track with your tasks and milestones from your calendar. Also, you’ll enjoy the full two ways synchronization between these apps and Sunrise. Any changes in Sunrise will be reflected in Github and Asana in real-time!

Additional apps will be introduced in future updates.

Download Sunrise free in the App Store.

The app is universal and requires iOS 7.0 or later.

See also: our Sunrise Calendar review.