Best of Calendar and Scheduling Android Apps

Discover and download great Calendar and Scheduling apps for Android.

July 1st, 2018

Google Calendar

Spend less time managing your day, now on iOS

Ben Tossell- newCo
Gotta say that having Google Calendar everywhere just does it for me - I don't need a lot of the bells and whistles that others may.
Matt Sch- Designer Developer
Old faithful...
Matthew Blode
Within Google calendar, you can schedule an event or reminder as "All-day" which sets in on a day but not a specific time.
13 Alternatives to Google Calendar 3.0

Organize all aspects of your life with

Ilya Azovtsev- Help sales team close more in less time
Love it :)
Sivathanu K- Curious
simple, effective and syncs well!
Sutrishna Saha- Digital Marketing Manager
A visually pleasing blue-and-white color scheme. The feature 'Moment'offers you daily encouragement to plan your schedule
16 Alternatives to 3.0


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.

1 Alternatives to Polite

My Study Life

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.

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- 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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