Best of Calendar and Scheduling Android Apps

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September 1st, 2019

Spend less time managing your day, now on iOS

Scott- CMO | Senior #UX Designer
Pretty standard but the cross platform app I use the most is generally 'Google Calendar' - A bit boring of a suggestion but a daily staple and very efficient #UI.
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.
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Organize all aspects of your life with

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Ilya Azovtsev πŸ’Œ+πŸ€–=πŸš€- Help sales team close more in less time
Love it :)
Nik Sudan
Nik Sudan- Games & Systems Developer
Even though this comes with a detailed calendar view and such, I like seeing my tasks grouped as a simple scrollable list consisting of "Today", "Tomorrow", "Upcoming" and "Someday". Swiping them off to emulate a crossing out action is satisfying too!
Roy Granit
Roy Granit- Co-Founder at
Great cross platform app with an AI assistant
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Schedule meet-ups of any kind automagically.

Trent Bigelow
Trent Bigelow- Cofounder @
It's still in private beta, but for Slack Teams makes scheduling internal meetings as easy as letting Kono just figure it out with a few @ mentions.
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Automatically silence your phone during calendar events

With Polite, your phone will automatically go into silent mode (or vibrate mode) at the right times. You can choose specific times in your weekly schedule to automatically enter silent mode. You can also have your phone enter silent mode during calendar events in your calendar app.

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A planner designed to make your study life easier to manage.

Chevy- Audiovisual and Multimedia Communicator
This is the best planner I used for my college days. You can access it on the web, iOS and Android and the way it handles Years, Terms, Semesters, Classes, Homeworks, and Exams is the best I found. This was the ultimate app for me to keep track of everything related to college and my duties with it.

Keep a private diary without having to type a single line.

Mario- Cycling, photography, tech support
I'm using Daylio for 644 days, very fast entries, it's a mood tracker + journal, if you feel like writing. Used Day One back in the day, but I'm not really a diary person and once I stopped using iPhones, I needed something that will work on Android. The developer is very responsive, which I appreciate a lot.
Smokie- Smokie Does Stuff
Choose an icon to represent your mood, save and done. Or write what you did, or choose some common activities. Includes reminders and trends. However you want to journal, Daylio can help you get into the habit.
Dave Mackey
Dave Mackey- IT Director, Liquid Church
I find this to be quite helpful in finding patterns in my moods...also to see when my subjective perception of my ongoing experience (e.g. whether I am happy or sad over a period of time) is matched by the actual data I have recorded. Ohh, and I'm not huge on recording things, but Daylio makes it so simple! Hope we'll see similar apps for other sorts of log… See more
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