Dec 04 AT 1:35 PM Dima Aryeh 4 Comments releases beautifully designed Cal app for Android

Screenshot (122), creator of a to-do app with the same name, has been making quite attractive apps for a while now. The calendar app, Cal, was only for iOS up until now, and in atypical style, Android has received its own better version. Yes, we actually got a better version of an app.

The first thing you’ll probably notice about Cal is the design. created an app with photo themes, fancy animations and swipe gestures everywhere. It may not appeal to everyone, but it’s quite cool. There is social integration, Google Maps integration, the ability to get an Uber through the app and even integration with tasks.

The developers say that the goal for Cal was to make a calendar app that people would enjoy using. It’s made to be intuitive, helpful, and easy to use. Plus, it has full Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange sync and comes with an Android widget.

Give the video a watch and give the app a shot. It’s free, so you really don’t have anything to lose. Hit the source link to find the Play Store page and tell us what you think of this new app in the comments!

Via: Engadget
Source:, Google Play: Cal

Dima Aryeh is obsessed with all things car and tech. His time is split between gaming and fixing his racecar. He also does photography in his spare time.

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  • Matthew

    I like this new cal app but if I’m correct you still need to have the official google cal app installed in order to have it syncing correctly? I ask because I’m just testing it myself and it seems that uninstalling it and removing sync eliminates it’s pushing anything like haxsync and facebook stuff to it… maybe it’s buggy, but it’s not working like I want if I uninstall the official google cal app and I rather not have to have both… redundant stuff

  • Eduardo

    Nice one. It certaily has the looks and it’s very intuitive to use but I can’t see it replacing aCalendar on my phone anytime soon. I can’t find two of my favorite features in a calendar: having a widget with week view and, in the app, being able to see individual events for each day when month view is enabled. So, for me, aCal is still number one. =)

  • E-man

    I don’t think I can replace Google calendar. It’s a core feature of android!

    • donger

      True for me.