Clendar is an minimal calendar app that focus on the simplicity of uses. It's built with a clean and easy to the eyes design in mind. Natural language parsing is supported, with just a few keywords, users can easily create a new calendar event quickly. Clendar also supports various widgets for the convenience of glancing of upcoming events. Clendar also support multi-languages.
Calendar app should be made simpler.
Whether you are looking for not only an app to jot down your calendar events, but also with simple design? Clendar could be the one you are looking for, with features like widget, themes, keyboard shortcuts, natural language parsing...
Meet Clendar, a calendar built with simplicity and minimalism in mind.
- Clendar is an universal app, that runs universally on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac.
- Widget, with customizable dark/light themes
- Keyboard shortcuts supported! Clendar now support various keyboard shortcuts at your convenience.
- Siri shortcuts
- Apple Watch complications
- Custom app icons
- Natural language parsing. Just type down "do something next Friday at 8PM" and Clendar will try to automatically parse the phrases when creating calendar event. (This feature can be turned off in the settings)
- Lunar day view.
- Dark and light mode built in.
- Accessibility support.
- Localizations support And so much more...!
Clendar is free to try. Users can buy premium unlock with Clendar+, which cost as low as $1.99, to unlock extra features and to support future app development efforts.
I've been building Clendar on my spare time. At first, it's just a side weekend project so that I can learn new Apple technologies, but, the app came to the point of usability that I think I should publish on the App Store anyway for the world to know and use it. Besides, I have been trying to design the app for minimal and usability in mind. Also, the app is fully open-source, as a way for me to give back to the app developers community.
It's just Calendar, without an 'a'. I thought it's unique, but turns out it's not going well with ASO (App Store Optimization) and SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
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