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Scheduling and Calendar Apps

All devices today come with some sort of calendar or scheduling software, but they might not have all the features you need to organize your life the way you want to. Here you find all alternatives to your default schedule. In short, the best calendar apps available.

Whether you look for an app to organize your work agenda or your family life, want a personal or sharable calendar, you will find it here. Read the app descriptions and user reviews to find a calendar app that meets your demands and have the features you need.

  1. You should have full control over your data. We help you achieve that: a safe home for all your data. Secure, under your control and developed in an open, transparent and trustworthy way. We are Nextcloud.

  2. Tutanota is a free and open source web-mail client that focuses on privacy and security. It has open source iOS and an Android apps.



  3. With Google Calendar, its easy to keep track of all your lifes important events in one place. You can add events and send invitations effortlessly, share your schedule with friends and family, and search for events you might enjoy.

  4. Whether you’re between meetings or in line for a latte, use Asana to quickly capture tasks, to-dos, reminders, and ideas. Get updates from coworkers, organize tasks and projects for work, or manage your to-do list for the day.

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  5. Microsoft Outlook, part of the Microsoft Office Suite (not to be confused with Microsoft Outlook Express), is a personal information manager that lets you manage your e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks.

  6. ClickUp is an all-in-one project management platform that eliminates the need of using more than one tool for your organization’s workflow.

  7. E-mail app with all the great features: swipes (long/short), snooze, add (multiple) attachments from the cloud, support for various e-mail services and more.

  8. Evolution is a personal information management application that provides integrated mail, calendaring, address book and task list functionality.

  9. Marvin incorporates principles from behavioral psychology to help you beat procrastination, feel in control and finish your todo list. Marvin is specifically designed to help you get your tasks done and not just store them.

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  10. Claws Mail is an email client (and news reader), based on GTK+, featuring

    Quick response Graceful, and sophisticated interface Easy configuration, intuitive operation Abundant features Extensibility Robustness and stability.
  11. mailbox.org offers a secure e-mail account for home and business use. The domain name, me@mailbox.org, is easy to remember and can be understood anywhere in the world. They have been operating e-mail accounts for more than 20 years and are a highly reliable service provider.

  12. Organize your schedule and life’s important events in a calendar that’s fully integrated with your Thunderbird or Seamonkey email. Manage multiple calendars, create your daily to do list, invite friends to events, and subscribe to public calendars.