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FirstSeed Calendar for iPad

FirstSeed Calendar is an amazing app that handles both events and reminders with the following great features:

FirstSeed Calendar is an amazing app that handles both events and reminders with the following great features:

FirstSeed Calendar for iPad

by FirstSeed Inc
FirstSeed Calendar for iPad
FirstSeed Calendar for iPad
FirstSeed Calendar for iPad

What is it about?

FirstSeed Calendar is an amazing app that handles both events and reminders with the following great features:

FirstSeed Calendar for iPad

App Details

Version
3.3.0
Rating
(8)
Size
82Mb
Genre
Productivity Utilities
Last updated
April 3, 2021
Release date
February 28, 2018
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

FirstSeed Calendar is an amazing app that handles both events and reminders with the following great features:

- Supports the new widgets in iPadOS 14.
- Full-featured month view with single-handed operation for most common tasks
- Innovative week view that eliminates the need for vertical scrolling
- List view that shows events like paper organizer
- Ability to move and duplicate events
- Show notes in full screen
- Smooth scrolling of calendar views
- And much more!

Also the following great features are available:

- Access to reminders
- Quick event that processes natural language (English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese)
- Calendar Set to quickly switch calendars
- Use template to create similar events easily
- Customize shortcuts to set duration for events
- Analog clock to select the time quickly
- Week number, time zone, and event history
- Different app icons
- And more!

FirstSeed Calendar syncs with Apple's "Calendar" app, so you can use iCloud calendar or other online calendars to sync your events across all devices. It also syncs with Apple's "Reminders" app, so you can use iCloud to sync your reminders across all devices.

The new reminders in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina is only partially supported. For example, sub reminders show up as no-due reminders. Full support will be provided in the future update.

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