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I use Fantastical on iPhone constantly and sometimes on iPad. Easily switching between daily, weekly, monthly views makes planning follow-ups really easy. Request: Add a button to access a list view of a stack of calendars items added, with mostly recently added on top. Sometimes the ‘smart parsing’ puts the item on the wrong date, and then I can’t find the item to review, and confirm or edit its particulars. Hypothetical example: Add “get second opinion of third wave coffee from fourth floor cafe on fifth avenue at six pm on the 7th, next month” should go to ‘March 7th’ but might go to May 6th’. But after it is saved, how do I find it ? If I remember the event is on March 7th, I go to March 7th; but if it is saved on the wrong date, it is painful to find in order to correct it.
I am using Fantastical 2 for both iPad and iPhone. Somehow today I want to check out an event for today, and it surprisingly doesn’t show in my iPad’s version, then I check out my iPhone immediately, and the event is there. So I rebooted my iPad, and luckily the event finally showed up. But, this makes me test out which device is faster to sync when I create an event using my desktop online calendar. So I started creating a Google event online, to see which device syncs faster. Then I realize, not only iPad version doesn’t sync again, but also is using the wrong color as different from the one I use for the event in my Google calendar (iPhone version has no issue with the coloring, and syncs quickly). Plz fix it, since this makes me so nervous to check out iPad’s calendar.
I’m still a huge fan of the app, and it gets better with each release. One suggestion: For calendar view, how about an option that allows the week to begin on the current day? Usually when I view a week I don’t necessarily need to have the elapsed days in view. I much prefer to have the current and upcoming six days at my disposal. My original review from three years ago is below, and it’s still applicable (although Fantastical is now my default calendar): I've tried many Calendar apps and this one is really outstanding. It's intuitive and does things that I didn't even expect. It's definitely well worth trying and is a huge improvement over the Apple calendar app. And it syncs seamlessly with the Apple Calendar app and vice versa. I still use both but typically default to Fantastical.
I use Fantastical 2 for iPad and iPhone to manage my work appointments, and it works well in the iCloud environment, syncing is good, things are intuitive, the main features I’d want are there. But I’ve found two frustrating issues. 1) The alert sound on the iPad version cannot be customized, and the default is WAY too quiet and subtle. Why can’t this be personalized like it can in the iPhone version (and used to be in the Fantastical 1 version for iPad)? This is a dumb and lazy limitation that, for me, is nearly a deal-breaker. Audio alerts need to be clearly audible. 2) The “helpful” way that Fantastical 2 tries to extract event details from the event name is super-annoying. If you put what Fantastical thinks is an event date or location in the event name field, it automatically prefills the other fields with that information. There should be an option to disable this feature, because in my experience it’s more often wrong than it is right.
This app is pretty great. The layout is nice and intuitive. It packs a lot of information cleanly in a small space on your iPhone. It takes advantage of the larger viewing area on the iPad really well. Appointment and Reminder creation is easy and works well. It doesn’t get 5 stars from me (there is no 5 star calendar app since Sunrise went away) because it doesn’t integrate Evernote Reminders. The Microsoft Outlook ios App is able to bring in Evernote reminders so it’s definitely possible. Unfortunately Outlook doesn’t integrate icloud reminders so that app is even less effective than Fantastical for me. Outlook is also a well done calendar app but Fantastical has the advantage both in function and with the pleasing layout.
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Last update was at Sep 22, 2016and the current version is 2.7.
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