I've rounded up some of the best of the bunch, focusing on calendars that pack a lot of style without sacrificing features to see how they measure up to Google Calendar.But let's start off with the newest addition first.
One of the best things about it is that the layout and design is familiar if you already use Google Calendar on your computer and it has near feature parity on both smartphones.
You can pick from a week, month, day and agenda view and each option gives you just enough information -- no more, no less.
You can sync multiple Google calendars, and if you've designated specific colors for each of your calendars on the Web, you'll see the same colors in the app.
Also, adding a new event is as easy as it is on your computer -- just pick the date and time, choose which calendar (if applicable) and add the correct details.
This example describes how to create a calendar in Excel (2019 calendar, 2020 calendar, etc).
If you are in a hurry, simply download the Excel file.
When you launch the app, it automatically jumps to today's agenda, which shows all of your events and tasks in a chronological list.
This is different from other calendar apps, which show an hourly timeline with blocks of time shaded for each appointment.
It's true the calendar app that comes with your i Phone or Android phone will do you just fine if you need to know what's on your agenda, but they often don't do much more than that.
The i OS calendar app, while simple and easy to use, doesn't give you many options to personalize it.
Developed by Any.do, the company behind the sleek to-do app of the same name, Cal also sports a sleek, minimal design.