Any.do Launches Calendar App Aimed at Helping You Find More Time

calAny.do, maker of popular list-making app Any.DO, has today launched its new calendar app Cal, which is aimed at helping people make time for things to do rather than just scheduling things they have to do.

The app syncs with Facebook Events, Google Calendars, Exchange calendars and iCloud calendars and contacts, allowing it to predict who you'd want to invite to events as well as where you'd like to host events. The app also integrates with Any.DO, adding your to-do list to the calendar instantly. On their website, Any.do says that what sets Cal apart is that it can help you find time for other things:
Existing calendars only focus on meetings & things you have to do. Cal offers a different approach. Cal helps you find time in between meetings. We call these moments ‘gaps’ and we believe they are key to help you have a good day. Used intelligently, these ‘gaps’ are true opportunities to help you find the perfect balance between work and play.
Any.do notes that it plans on creating email and notes apps that will seamlessly connect with both Cal and Any.DO to create a suite of apps that help people make the most of their days.


Cal for iPhone is a free app available now in the App Store. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 17 months ago
I didn't see anything in the video that looked like it actually finds spare time for you, just fingers swiping through calendar months. How is this saving us time?

A true assistant would just suggest free times based on an understanding of the event, and you saying yes/no, rather than manually finding dates on your own. That's the kind of stuff I had hoped Siri would evolve into, but Apple seems content to just plug in sports score APIs and evolving the actual capabilities very slowly.

Also noticed they used photos of celebrities in the video...hope they got clearance for that!
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Posted: 17 months ago

so, just to see if I understand this new iOS7 future... EVERY APP WILL LOOK THE SAME?????


Not a fan of consistency?
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Posted: 17 months ago
Disappointed that devs are still building apps without the iPad version. Where's the universal app?
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