Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]

Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]

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Fantastical 2, the next generation of the popular calendar app, has been released for Mac OS X Yosemite.

Fantastical 2's natural language event and reminder creation, beautiful calendar views, and ultra-smart event list make it the best calendar and reminders app you'll ever use. Just type in that you have "Lunch with John on Friday at 1pm" and Fantastical 2 will schedule it! Or type in "remind me to Buy Milk on Tuesday" and Fantastical 2 will create a reminder with a due date!



Fantastical 2 has moved from being just a menu bar app to a full windowed version. It also can be expanded to full screen mode. Here's a look at some of the key features...

Add events and reminders using natural language
Fantastical's natural language engine is expressive and intelligent so you can write in your own style. Fantastical automatically recognizes the location of your event and can even invite people from Contacts to your event. We've made multiple parser improvements including improved repeating event and reminder support, the ability to add alerts (like "Meeting 3pm alert 1 hour"), full time zone support, and many other time-saving improvements.


Calendar Sets
Fantastical 2 lets you quickly toggle multiple calendars on or off with a single click, so you can focus on what's more important in that moment. The days of going back and forth, clicking multiple times, just to hide and show your calendars are over.But we didn't stop there. You can even automatically switch Calendar Sets based on your location (i.e. Work and Home).


Mini Window
The Mini Window that started it all is back, better than ever. Fantastical's Mini Window resides in your menu bar and lets you create, edit, and view your events and reminders instantly. With Fantastical 2, you can now drag the Mini Window away from the menu bar, allowing you to position the window anywhere you like. And the new infinite list makes it easy to find all of your events and reminders, no matter when they occur.


Reminders
Fantastical supports the same reminders as OS X and iOS, giving you the fastest way to create or update your to-do list. Creating a new reminder is as easy as creating a new event: just type in what you need to get done. Fantastical 2 now features a focused reminders list, as well as support for location-based reminders.


CalDAV Engine
Fantastical now has its own CalDAV engine: This means you can add your calendar accounts directly into Fantastical. Fantastical supports iCloud, Google, Yahoo, as well as any other CalDAV account. You can also use local and Exchange calendars, as long as they've been added to your Mac's built-in Calendar.


Today Widget, Share Extension, and Action Extension
Fantastical's Today Widget gives you convenient access to your schedule. The new Share and Action Extensions make it super easy to get data into your calendar. Just select some text in Safari, Mail, or any other app that supports extensions and send it to Fantastical instantly.

You can purchase Fantastical 2 from the App Store for a limited time price of $39.99. There's also a 14-day trial available from here.

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Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]

Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]

Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]

Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]

Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for Mac, 20% Off for a Limited Time [Video]
kat - March 26, 2015 at 5:07pm
the freeware itsycal can do most of it.
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Apfel - March 25, 2015 at 9:19pm
They exaggerating with the price, 40€ in EU. Too expensive.
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