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Sunrise
Beautifully designed calendar app
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Spend less time managing your day, now on iOS

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Goldy Arora
Goldy Arora- Goldy Arora
I would go with Google Calendar. 1. create a secondary calendar for e.g "Team Calendar" in your Google Calendar. 2. Share it with required people. 3. All team members with whom this calendar is shared can select items in this calendar to be displayed in their calendar. 4. Now whenever you create any item on this shared calendar, all members can see that in t… See more
Omer Molad
Omer Molad- Co-founder and CEO @ Vervoe
Pretty easy to use Google's calendar function for scheduling discussions across multiple timezones. Video link is added automatically.
Nirant Kasliwal
Nirant Kasliwal- Maker, Engineer, <3 from India
This is probably the most common tool which is not used well. To me the formula is simple now: Better you manage your calendars the more you can have fun!
13 Alternatives to Google 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- Partner @ Shrug Capital
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

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.
Seema Thakur
Seema Thakur
For managing my email and email marketing process, I use Outlook+AeroLeads. As Outlook allows me to run and manage email campaign and on the other hand AeroLeads help me to find the email address and phone number of my prospects.
Manuel Maccou
Manuel Maccou
I might get some backlash for this one but for me I like all the manual rules I can create because I'm an organization freak. Also looking for a tool that turns incoming emails to lead management...so until I find that I will be using excel and rules with Outlook :)
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5 Alternatives to Microsoft Outlook for iOS

A smart calendar with weather forecasts, maps and contacts

Who doesn't need a smart calendar app in their life? Moleskine Timepage is your daily productivity booster. It combines your important tasks, calendar, events, maps, contacts, and weather into a beautiful, smooth application that help you manage your schedule.

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Yogi
Yogi
Great design and amazing features.
Yogi
Yogi
- Beautiful design and UI - Ease of use - Sync up with Google calendar
Alex Louden
Alex Louden- Product eng @bonobo @moleskinestudio
Beautiful UI, lots of customisation and home screen widgets (Weather one is cool!)
8 Alternatives to Timepage by Moleskine

Pod helps you manage your people, not just your schedule

Pod is a brand new way of thinking about calendar - it is the calendar about people, not just your schedule.

See context on anyone you interact with - the email that led to the meeting, social links, and more. Put contacts on sortable lists to see who you need to follow up with.

It's free and does not require registration - check it out!

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6 Alternatives to Pod

Be in control of your time, schedule with ease

TimeFerret is a calendar app for iPhone & iPad. The 24-hour donut view lets you quickly find out how your day is structured and how many hours you have for work outside of meetings. The keyboard is accessible from any app and lets you share your free slots as a link with multiple invitees. Comes with a Meeting Cost calculator and "Me Time" setting.

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Medium
When you hear "calendar app", you likely imagine it looking something like this: This grid format helps you to see the events of your day, or what parts of your day are "booked out". But it doesn't convey the more important information of how much time you have left in the day to do your work.
Medium
I'm the Jon Snow of design. I know nothing about which fonts pair well together. I know nothing about which colours are opposite each other on the colour wheel. Very far from it. I'm a scientist by training. So I try to combine my skills with the ways that designers work.
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