Ukrainian developer Readdle has released an update to its Calendars productivity software bringing improvements including native Exchange integration and multiple account support.
Readdle, the Ukraine-based makers of some of the finest productivity software for the Mac, iPhone and iPad, announced today that their popular apps for iOS and macOS, such as PDF Expert and Scanner Pro, are available half price as part of their time-limited Black Friday sale.
While it’s awesome to have your appointments and events on your devices for quick and easy access, there may come a time when you want to print your calendar. Or maybe you’d like to save it so that you can share a physical copy later on.
You can export, print, or save a calendar from the Calendar app as a PDF. We’ll show you how to do this on both Mac and iOS.
You might use your Calendar on iPhone and iPad for work in addition to personal events. So having the ability to attach documents to those calendar events can be quite handy, especially for business.
Before iOS 13, there wasn’t a way to do this except for using the notes section or adding a URL. But thankfully one of the features Apple added to the Calendar app is the ability to attach documents to calendar events. And it couldn’t be easier.
If you choose to use Outlook as your preferred email app on iPhone or iPad, then you already know it has some handy features. Outlook offers a dedicated search tab for finding messages and files easily and a built-in calendar for quick views at your schedule.
In addition to the features you use all the time, you can share your availability with a tap. This is convenient for scheduling meetings or events with others. If you’re new to this feature, we’re here to help. Here’s how to send your availability in Outlook for iOS.
It’s handy to use alerts for your Calendar events, especially if you’re working on your Mac and don’t have your iPhone nearby. Those convenient reminders let you know when you need to get ready to leave.
By default, when you click Snooze for a Calendar alert, it will pop up again in 15 minutes. While this might be fine in some instances, it can be annoying in others. You might want that snooze to be for a longer period of time instead of popping up every 15 minutes until your event starts.
Here’s how to quickly snooze your Calendar events for longer than 15 minutes on your Mac.
One thing I’ve long wanted from iOS, but still don’t have to this very day, is a fully-integrated Lock screen experience, complete with notifications, weather information, and widgets in addition to the expected date and time indicator.
While the Today page is a compromising feature on Apple’s behalf, it still doesn’t provide that unified experience I’ve wanted for so long. Fortunately, a newly-released jailbreak tweak called Manta by iOS developer Ben Giannis addresses my complaints with the stock iOS Lock screen, and it does so in an incredibly pleasant manner.
Lots of people pack their iOS handsets’ Calendar app with upcoming plans and events, and we find it particularly alarming that Apple still doesn’t persistently display those plans and events on the Lock screen to prevent users from forgetting about them as the week goes on.
Given the circumstances, we’re particularly excited to show you a newly-released and free jailbreak tweak called Shenmue by iOS developer maximehip, which resolves the aforementioned problem by displaying a specialized event widget on the Lock screen with a persistent reminder regarding what’s still to come.
Some time ago, Amazon announced the integration of iCloud Calendar and its Amazon Echo speakers. And if you owned both an iPhone and Amazon smart speaker then, you may already use this handy feature. But if you’re new to the combination of iPhone and Alexa, this tutorial is for you.
What better way to take advantage of your Amazon Echo than to manage your events and appointments? Here’s how to use iCloud Calendar and Alexa on your Amazon Echo speaker.
When you use the Calendar app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, does your week automatically start on Sunday when you would rather it didn’t? In the United States, the default start day of the week for the Calendar is Sunday. But in other countries, the start day may be a different day like Monday.
Not to worry, this tutorial shows you how to set the Calendar app to start on Monday (or any day) instead of Sunday.
Wouldn't it be cool if you could get some insights about your calendar? With the new Timeview app, you can do just that, and then some more. Free to download, Timeview puts calendar statistics at your fingertips, allowing you to look back at your past weeks or plan ahead.