Sam MogilProduct, SquadUP

What's the best calendar app for Mac?

I loved sunrise and the default Calendar app on my Mac isn't cutting it for me. Any ideas?
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    Fantastical 2 for Mac

    The calendar app you won't be able to live without

    Very nice UI, great menubar interface, very helpful when working with tons of windows. Slight problems with Google Calendars though, you're not able to create new google calendars but there are frequent updates so this should be worked out soon.
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    natural language input, beautiful UI, calendar sets for home and work, iOS counterpart also perfect
    Fantastical. I LOVE the natural language support. Been using it for years and wont go back. Makes life a bit easier (saves you hundreds of clicks) 🙌
  2. 9
    Plan 1.0

    Manage & organise your life

    Nick Abouzeid36Words at Product Hunt ✌️ · Written
    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 directly into an actual calendar app, I've been able to cut three apps into two. In addition, I love scheduling out my day when I wake up - drag & dropping tasks in between meetings & class is easy, convenient, and super helpful.
  3. 9
    Kin Calendar

    The simple and connected calendar

    Stefan Theofilos8Product Designer, Entrepreneur · Written
    It's web only as of this posting but a Mac app is in the works to my knowledge.
  4. Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10SaaS Consultant & Community Growth · Written
    Compatible with all leading cloud services including iCloud, Google, Exchange and more.
  5. Aswin BakshiFounder, Bordo · Written
    The app pulls the data from your calendar and reminders app and displays it on a translucent window which is permanently placed on your Mac’s desktop screen.