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Peek is a New Minimalistic Calendar App for iPhone [Video]

Peek is a New Minimalistic Calendar App for iPhone [Video]

Posted January 29, 2014 at 8:45pm by iClarified
Peek Calendar is a minimalistic calendar app reminiscent of the Clear to-do app that has just launched for iPhone.

Peek is a quick and simple to use calendar for your iPhone. It is designed to be glanceable and intuitive. Peek presents the essentials in a easy to understand manner, without overwhelming you with data you might not need for an on-the-go experience.

Features:
- A completely redesigned calendar experience for iPhone.
- An interface that is clean and content focused.
- Unified timeline view.
- Expanded current week: Today, Tomorrow and the rest of the week.
- Tap and hold on any day to add a new event.
- Drag or swipe to the right to peek and view the length and the location of events.
- Simple and fast to add events or edit them.
- A completely redesigned time picker interface.
- Shading gesture to reveal the time.
- Shake to get suggestions on Peek’s life events.
- Sound and vibration feedback.
- iOS reminders integrated.
- Timezone Support.
- Two color themes.
- Monday/Sunday start option.


You can purchase Peek Calendar from the App Store for $1.99.

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mouhammad yaftian
mouhammad yaftian - January 30, 2014 at 7:17pm
is good .... but for calendar em more work more idea and evrything take all task all jobe all event and evrything ;-)
stub
stub - January 29, 2014 at 9:57pm
do not delete one specific event from a continuous calendar with this app! it deletes the whole continuous event in past and future without any question!
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