• TimeTree - calendar for sharing

    Freemium Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad Website

    TimeTree is a calendar app designed around the concept of shared schedules and communication.

    [TimeTree Features]

    • Sharing calendars with your group is surprisingly simple.
    • No complicated registration process. To share a calendar, simply send its URL link.
    • Each schedule features a communication space for posting text and videos.
    • It's easy to have a conversation, which is often necessary when planning events. You can also conveniently look back on previous conversations.
    • You can have several calendars at once.
    • This app keeps family, business, personal schedules and more, all in one convenient location.

    [TimeTree functionality]

    • Ability to share a calendar with up to 100 other users.
    • Ability to maintain several calendars at once.
    • Ability to display and edit events in the OS calendar.
    • A space to post comments or videos on each event.
    • Notifications sent to users of a shared schedule upon creation or editing of the schedule.
    • Ability to copy events within a calendar.
    • Ability to share schedule information with other apps.


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  • Simple Calendar

    Freemium Android Android Tablet F-Droid Website

    A simple calendar with optional CalDAV synchronization. You can easily create recurring events and setup reminders, it can also display week numbers.

    Contains a monthly view and an event list widget where you can customize the color of the text, as well as the alpha and the color of the background.

    Contains no ads or unnecessary permissions. It is fully opensource, provides customizable colors.

    The Storage permission is needed only for exporting or importing events from .ics files.

    The Contacts permission is used only at importing contact birthdays and anniversaries.

    This app is just one piece of a bigger series of apps. You can find the rest of them at


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