Sunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar Support

Sunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar Support

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The Sunrise Calendar app has been updated with a new design for iOS 7 and iCloud Calendar support.

Sunrise is a free calendar app made for Google Calendar users. Designed with love, Sunrise is a new experience that will make your life easier.

Features:
• 100% free calendar app with a gorgeous design.
• Compatible with Google Calendar and iCloud.
• A completely redesigned calendar experience for your iPhone.
• Synchronization that just works, in real-time and with background updates.
• Quick Add Event just by typing "Lunch tomorrow at 9pm" (long-press on the +).
• Reminders.
• Timezone Support. No more headache when traveling!
• Facebook Events and Birthdays included.
• See faces and profiles of people you are meeting with using LinkedIn.
• Weather forecast based on your location.
• Smart icons.
• Tag location to events.
• Use Google Maps for Directions.
• Connect multiple Google Calendars.

What's New In This Version:
Today, we are excited to release Sunrise Calendar for iOS7. Every detail of the app has been redesigned to look great for this new version of iOS. We'll also added support for iCloud calendars!

At Sunrise, we believe in simplicity and great design, and we think that we've been able to focus the app on what matters the most to you: your calendar.

We've also redesigned our icon to look just beautiful. The new icon is one you want to put on your home screen.

You can download Sunrise Calendar from the App Store for free.

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Sunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar SupportSunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar SupportSunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar Support

Sunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar SupportSunrise Calendar is Updated With New Design for iOS 7, iCloud Calendar Support
svfeers - October 4, 2013 at 6:16am
not too fond that you have to insert your Apple ID credentials for the iCloud sync. That's definitely not the way to do it.
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