Alternative products to BusyCal 3.0

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BusyCal 3.0

The most powerful calendar app for Mac and iOS

14 Alternatives to BusyCal 3.0

Kin Calendar is the simple and connected calendar

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Charlie Coppinger
Charlie Coppinger- Shopify
I've just come across Kin Calendar - it looks like they picked up where Sunrise left off. I'm keen to try it as I think it might be exactly what I'm after, but unfortunately, they're invite-only for the time being so I'll have to wait until I have a chance to test it out. Otherwise, to my surprise, it doesn't seem like there are many strong contenders in the… See more
Stefan Theofilos
Stefan Theofilos- Product Designer, Entrepreneur
It's web only as of this posting but a Mac app is in the works to my knowledge.
Yann
Yann- Product Enthusiast
We're building a great replacement 😉 The Meet feature will eventually be integrated, though it's not as simple as it sounds.
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Mailbird
On of the latest addition to the apps in Mailbird is the new Kin Calendar. Since Sunrise was bought by Microsoft, Kin Calendar was develop to fill that void and although it's not on the same level ...
38 Alternatives to Kin Calendar

Plan is a collaboration software that intelligently organizes projects, tasks and meetings from all the tools you and your team use: calendar, email, JIRA, Zendesk, Salesforce, and Github. Think of it like a work concierge. Currently, teams and individuals at Buzzfeed, Uber, Twitter and JP Morgan use Plan for a total of 20,000 monthly active users.

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Jonathan James
Jonathan James- Always Reaching.
I'm using @getplanapp via https://getplan.co I see no point in using a "todo" app that isn't extremely comprehensive in it's feature offerings. - plan app integrates with my git repos -- plan app integrates with my calendar(s) --- plan app properly manages push notifications ---- plan app is on desktop, mobile, and web-browser
Ari Rule
Ari Rule- Writer, content marketer, Angel Investor
I love this tool for project management. It syncs with your Google Calendar, you can create projects, tasks, and drop them into the calendar as you go to make sure you're not forgetting anything. I love it!
Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
I've been using Plan since downloading the beta few months ago. For me, my suite of productivity apps needs to contain three things: email, scheduling, and a to-do list. Polymail takes care of email (quite well, might I add) & the "when are you free" link that Sunrise used to. For me, Plan fills the half left empty by Polymail. With a to-do list built… See more
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TechCrunch
Today, we have a variety of apps to manage our days - calendars, task lists, reminders, notes, and more. But the apps don't always interoperate, and having the information in separate silos can make it hard to get a handle on how to properly manage our time, or how our tasks connect.
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18 Alternatives to Plan 1.0

Makes Google Calendar look nicer & launches as a desktop app

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Jim Lyons
Jim Lyons- Blogger/analyst
My Google Calendar including tasks right there in front of me. Wish it had easier zoom level.
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Lifehacker
Chrome: If you're a regular Google Calendar user, you know that it won't win any design points. This Chrome app cleans up and streamlines its interface. Clean Google Calendar is the GCal you are used to, but without all the frills, tabs, menus, and buttons.
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Official Microsoft Outlook app designed for iPhone and iPad

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Tim Bremer
Tim Bremer- Founder, Toastcode
Outlook is highly underrated. The mobile apps are really great, super reliable and beautiful. I think on the desktop there are no free options for Outlook, but from my experience the desktop app is great too. I personally just use Apple Mail on my desktop.
Léo Oliveira
Léo Oliveira
Checking my emails, both personal and professional, is the first thing I need to do every day, before I even get out of bed.
hassan chizari
hassan chizari- Lecturer, University of Gloucestershire
Has a very nice design and very powerful
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5 Alternatives to Microsoft Outlook for iOS
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