The iOS free app of the week is a vertical calendar that can increase your productivity

The iOS free app of the week is a vertical calendar that can increase your productivity
This week's free iOS app is not a game, and is in fact a visual calendar app called Vantage Calendar. Normally $3.99, you can pick it up for free from the App Store until Thursday. With its vertical UI, you can see future or past dates by scrolling up and down on the screen. The use of different colors, stickers and fonts will make your more important appointments stand out from others. A horizontal bar at the top of the screen moves with the timeline, so you can always have an eye on what date you are looking at. Events can also be turned into tasks that can be checked off when completed.

According to the listing on the App Store, Vantage Calendar will sync with Google Calendar, iCloud, Outlook, Facebook Events and most other calendars that support the Apple iPhone or Apple iPad. There are a couple of in-app purchases available, including a concrete and wood color theme. The latter was part of an update sent out on March 1st that added new stickers and eliminated some bugs.

If you're tired of the same old calendar and are looking for something that is different, it will cost you nothing until next Thursday to give Vantage Calendar a try. It could be your next iOS calendar app, and just might make you more productive.

Back in January, we reviewed the app. And now, you can grab Vantage Calendar for free by clicking on this link.

source: Apple



1. yann

Posts: 614; Member since: Jul 15, 2010

Whole article for one app?!? Ok, it's iOS app. I get it. Useless as usual.

2. bucky

Posts: 3794; Member since: Sep 30, 2009


3. Alan01

Posts: 640; Member since: Mar 21, 2012

Yeah. That's the reason. Seriously, we always write one article about the iOS free app of the week. If you don't have an iOS device, feel free to skip it. Regards, Alan F.

4. Z.....

Posts: 355; Member since: Feb 01, 2017

Lol ..

6. Zylam

Posts: 1822; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

The free app of the week has nothing to do with iOS in particular. There's been plenty of apps in the free apps of the week that were cross compatible. Just because the Dev for this specific app only supports iOS doesn't make it useless or biased. But typical fandroids, think they are savours of humanity, Either way you make yourself look bad, no one else has to do anything.

7. AmashAziz

Posts: 2934; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

Don't be so full of hatred. Who said it's wrong to write a whole article on one app.

5. Zylam

Posts: 1822; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

Thanks Alan! Always enjoy your free app of the week articles!

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