Fantastical Calendar App is Now Available for the iPhone

Posted November 29, 2012 at 5:31pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6798 views

Fantastical, a popular calendar application, is now available for the iPhone.

Fantastical is the fastest and friendliest calendar app. Just type in "Lunch with John in Cupertino on Friday" and Fantastical will schedule it! If your device supports dictation* you can also speak the details for your event and Fantastical will handle the rest. Best of all, the beautiful interface makes using your calendar fun and easy.

ADDING NEW EVENTS IS FUN
• The easiest and fastest way to add new events
• Just type in your event details or use dictation* and watch your words magically turn into an actual event!

THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT
• Fantastical's DayTicker is the efficient and enjoyable way to see your schedule
• The expansive and beautiful event list makes it easy to find your events
• Tap an event to show and edit its details
• Use search to instantly locate specific events
• View and manage your Facebook events (requires iOS 6)

FAST, FRIENDLY, AND FLEXIBLE
• Supports the same calendar services as the built-in Calendar app: iCloud, Google Calendar, Exchange, and more!
• Fantastical is fully localized in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish
• Just type or speak* your event in any of these languages and Fantastical will automatically understand

You can purchase Fantastical from the App Store for $1.99.

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