Top 8 | Best Calendar Apps for iPhone

I don’t know about you guys, but I’d be significantly lost without the range of different calendar apps and productivity and generally organizational apps that I use on the iPhone on a day to day basis. These apps have really grown in terms of popularity and functionality in the last few years, with so many great features available. The market for calendar apps in particular is very competitive at the moment, which raises questions over which are the best calendar apps currently available for iOS users. We recently posed this exact query and looked to answer it with a Top 8 list, running through many of the main contenders that can be found on the App Store, as well as trying lots of others in the hopes of finding the next big app. Ultimately however, it was the bigger names that rose to the top of the list, with developers like Readdle of course featuring. Again, as we always start these lists, our picks are entirely subjective and things like calendar apps are typically only good if they suit your specific needs. So be sure to let us know your own favorite calendar apps, either here in the comments section or on Twitter.

8. Week Calendar ($1.99)

Let’s kick things off with Week Calendar, which seems like a good starting point and offers a lot of different view options so that most users will be satisfied with what they see. You can assign different icons to your events so as to distinguish them at a glance, or even color code them if that’s your preference. If there’s one thing that characterizes Week Calendar when compared to similar apps, it’s that most of its views have a wealth of information on one screen, meaning that navigating is less of a hindrance since it’s all there in front of you. – Download from iTunes

7. Pocketlife Calendar (Free)

If you’re looking for a simple option that gets the job done, then Pocketlife Calendar isn’t a bad place to start. It has easy views for the day, week and month ahead, with a plus sign that allows you to add an event. Plus, everything you have in front of you is available in one menu, so there is no transitioning between menus in order to find what you are looking for. You simply click the icons at the bottom of the screen to toggle between different views, and you can even add color coding to differentiate between the different kinds of events. – Download from iTunes

6. Super Calendar ($9.99)


There’s also Super Calendar, which is a good option for those who like to customize. These customizations have been criticized in some areas for being too concerned with the superficial and less the functionality of your calendar, but we love it! You can customize just about every part of your calendar, from the images displayed on the background to the fonts that are used and a whole lot more. So if you’re keen on making your calendar unique to you, and not just with icons and color coded highlighting, then check out Super Calendar.  – Download from iTunes

5. Pocket Informant (Free)

Pocket Informant

Pocket Informant is a calendar app that boasts a lot of features, from weather widgets and color coding and just about everything you can think of. While it’s not as easy on the eye as a bigger app like Sunrise, for example, the feature-rich nature of this app is undeniable and practically cements its place on most lists, we’d say. – Download from iTunes


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