which that lunch takes place.One advantage that Cal has overFantastical, however, is that it's muchmore visually appealing. The apppulls in images from Tumblr to use asbackgrounds for different days, andyou can select from several themes toget your calendar looking the way youwant. These themes include art,fashion, and landscape, amongothers, with animals checked bydefault. For instance, I chose foodand animal themes to remind me toeat outside every once in a while.But for all the praise I shower uponCal, the app has several areas itcould improve on. Animations are jerky at times, and the ability todictate new events using plain speakwould be nice. There were instances where Cal was unable to invite someone toan event because they weren't in my contacts—even though I know for a fact thatI had all their information saved to my iPhone. And an iPad version of the appwould be greatly appreciated, but at this point I'm just being nit-picky.If, like me, you are tired of Apple's pathetic excuse of a calendar app, give Cal atry. It's available now in the App Store and it's definitely worth the few megabytesyou'll spend to download it.(/article /2044176 /review-cal-is-a-slick-calendar-app-that-belongs-on-your-iphone.html)
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