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For a limited time only, Apple is giving away a $6.99 paid iOS app for free

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For a limited time only, Apple is giving away a $6.99 paid iOS app for free
$6.99 is pretty pricey for a paid app. So if you had the opportunity to snag such an app for free, would you take it? Of course you would. Apple's free app of the week is called Calendars 5 and you have until next Thursday to install it for free. As you probably figured out by now, this is a calendar app with a number of cool features.

Calendars 5 syncs with the stock iOS calendar and with Google Calendar. This means that any events or appointments that you created on either one will appear on Calendars 5. All of your meetings and events are organized, and you can even make a list of your tasks and check them off as you complete each one.

Entering reminders, appointments and events on Calendars 5 is a snap thanks to the app's ability to understand Natural Language. If you plan on meeting your pal Freddie at the folio factory on Fillmore, simply say "Meet Freddie at the folio factory on Fillmore" and the event is added. While the app works with the iPhone, it takes advantage of the extra real estate on the iPad.

As we said, you have until next Thursday to pick up Calendars 5 for free. By next Thursday, it will be $6.99 once again. So head to the sourcelink and install the app now. If you don't like, it can always be deleted.


source: Calendars 5 (iOS) via RedmondPie

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