The 4 Best Calendar Apps for Your Android
Staying organized for work, school, or your personal life should never be a struggle. Check out this list of the best calendar applications for 2017.
The days of pocket organizers, agendas, and wall calendars are long gone. If you’re still using paper stationery to organize your life, it’s time to upgrade. In the Google Play store, you can find an abundance of great calendar applications for Android. These apps are very streamlined with fresh, clear interfaces and easy-to-use features. They’ll help you to seamlessly organize your digital and non-digital life. Below you’ll find a list of the top calendar apps to check out.
Many users will tell you that Google Calendar is the must-have calendar app. It’s user-friendly in every regard. The calendar interface is easy to read, simple to navigate, and you can change viewing options without looking through any pesky sidebars. It’s also easy to integrate with Gmail and other Google apps.
Another easy-to-use calendar is SolCalendar. This app can effortlessly sync with any existing laptop calendars, such as Google Calendar and Yahoo. SolCalendar is divided into four sections: Month, Agenda, To-Do, and Calendars. You can also get directions and view the weather if you enable the GPS feature. It’s easily customizable with many different options for colors, stickers, and sharing with friends.
For users who are willing to invest in a paid option, Today Calendar is a quality application in the Google Play store. This is a very thorough, detail-oriented calendar app. It allows color-coding of events, offers easy event creation, and allows the single-tap repeating of events. There’s also a feature called “busy body,” which shows you how much free time you’ll have that day. You can try the first week for free, before you decide whether to shell out that $3.99.
If you’re looking for a more advanced calendar app, DigiCal is one quality option. It’s essentially Google Calendar, but with additional bells and whistles. The only downside is that you have to pay for some of the extra features, plus another few bucks if you want to remove the ads. That being said, DigiCal does offer some cool calendars for its users, like moon cycles and TV schedules. It also gives you a pop-up option, so you can view a scheduled event without switching to a new screen.