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Many of you may be familiar with Fantastical, a popular Calendar application alternative for iOS that was released in November of last year . The popularity comes from the design...
10-30-2013, 10:34 AM #1
Fantastical 2 Calendar App Released for iOS With New Features, iOS 7 Redesign
Many of you may be familiar with Fantastical, a popular Calendar application alternative for iOS that was released in November of last year. The popularity comes from the design of the application, which many people agree was even better than that of Apple’s Calendar application.
On Wednesday, the team behind this popular Calendar alternative have released version 2.0 of Fantastical. It comes with a number of new features, as well as an iOS 7-inspired flat and bold design. You can check out the new Fantastical 2 video from the developers below:
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Fantastical now works with both your Calendar events, and your Reminders. The application has also received better parser features, making the application more flexible in how to tell it to remind you of things, or how you tell it to schedule events for you. Week view has been added to the application's feature set so you don't only have to look at your schedule in month view, you can choose between dark and light themes depending on what your eyes demand, and a new extended keyboard is now available from the application on four-inch display devices to make inputting information easier among many other new features.
Fantastical 2 is not a free upgrade for those that bought Fantastical in the past; it is a separate purchase. On the other hand, the developers are offering a launch sale, just like they did with the original Fantastical. For a limited time, Fantastical 2 is only $2.99, but soon it will go back up to the regular price of $4.99.
If you want to grab Fantastical 2, you can do so from this App Store link.
Sources: Flexbits, App Store
10-30-2013, 04:01 PM #2
Yeah it's a great calendar but no iPad version.
10-30-2013, 05:44 PM #3
I don't like buying apps that keep charging for newer version instead of improving the original version. I understand you gotta make money. Abandoning the current version leave a sour taste for current users, therefore, I am not buying the newer version.
10-30-2013, 08:52 PM #4