Fantastical 2 for iPad

Fantastical 2 for iPad

By Flexibits Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2014-04-02
  • Current Version: 2.9.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 42.80 MB
  • Developer: Flexibits Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,080 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $9.99
Fantastical 2 for iPad App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 1,080 Reviews
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Fantastical 2 for iPad App Description

Fantastical 2 is the award-winning calendar app with features such as natural language parsing, reminders, a beautiful week view, and much more! With the convenient Fantastical Dashboard, you’ll add, view, and interact with your events and reminders with ease. "For those who just want to get in, get out, and get stuff done, I strongly recommend Fantastical 2 for iPad." - iMore "Fantastical works better than Apple’s Calendar and Reminders apps..." - MacStories "...Fantastical is an app I can recommend to anyone who wants to leverage their iPad as a better calendar." - 9to5Mac "All the beauty of Fantastical, but now for the iPad. I use it for the Mac and iOS—I [...] love it." - Jim Dalrymple (The Loop) "... Fantastical 2 for iPad ... refuses to abide by conventional notions of how a calendar should look." - The Verge Just enter "Lunch with Elon in Palo Alto on Friday" and Fantastical 2 will schedule it! Or type in "todo buy milk at 5pm" and a reminder will alert you at 5PM! With dictation, you can even speak the details for your event or reminder and Fantastical 2 will take care of it. ONE APP, MANY FEATURES • The Fantastical Dashboard - Multiple views let you view your events and reminders just the way you want - DayTicker, week view, or full-screen week view present your events and reminders with clarity - Customize your Fantastical Dashboard with a simple gesture • Reminders! - See your events and dated reminders together in the main list - Add reminders directly from the Reminders list or new event screen - just flip the switch to toggle between events and reminders - Set dates, times, and geofences (when I arrive/when I leave) • Powerful parser features, including: - Create reminders by starting your sentence with "reminder", "todo", "task", or "remind me to" - Expanded, expressive repeating events such as third Thursday of every month, every weekend, last weekday of the month, and more - Create alerts with phrases such as "remind me tomorrow at 3PM", "alert 1 hour before", or "alarm 3PM" • Informational event details, including a map to show your event’s locations and flexible repeating options • Background app updating allows events, reminders, and alerts to be pushed to Fantastical 2 even if you don't launch the app very often • An extended keyboard when creating new events or reminders, providing instant access to numbers and symbols for dates and times • Birthday options - tap on a birthday to see contact information or send a quick greeting • TextExpander support ADDING NEW EVENTS OR REMINDERS IS FUN • The easiest and fastest way to add new events or reminders • Just type in your details or use dictation and watch your words magically turn into an actual event or reminder! THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT • Tap an event or reminder to show and edit its details • Tap and hold an event to duplicate, move, or share • Use search to instantly locate specific events or reminders FAST, FRIENDLY, AND FLEXIBLE • Supports the same calendar services as the built-in Calendar app, including iCloud, Google Calendar, Exchange, and more! • Fantastical 2 is fully localized in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish • Just type or speak your event or reminder in any of these languages and Fantastical will automatically understand • Accessibility support

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App Reviews

  • Really good, bugs with waze

    4
    By Haunted Ghost
    Recently locations typed into the address field have not been translating over in waze the right way. There’s a bug here either on this side or on the waze side. Also feature request- autocomplete of addresses and locations of businesses and addresses, like Apple Calendar. Would make things so much easier to not have to look up an address before typing it into the system, or copy and paste addresses from other apps.
  • Close, but no cigar

    4
    By Reggie Lyell
    I know everyone has different workflows and desires for a calendar app. I have tried several and all have their really good options as well as points of frustration. Fantastical 2 works well for me on my iPhone X and iMac, but I still do not like it on my iPad Pro 12.9. I am a user of the weekly screen primarily, and on the iPad Pro, the weekly view gives 9 days, not 7. This is visually confusing, even with the monthly and agenda views available. It may be a small thing but makes it unusable for me. Emails to support were returned and basically I was told it is not something that will not be changed. So...I continue to search for the perfect replacement app. Again, on my phone and desktop, it’s great. Close to perfect, but...
  • Always on time‼️

    5
    By No transfer man
    Been using this app for a number of years now and have to say is one of my most useful.
  • Save your money

    1
    By drjwr
    How about giving us an intuitive app? Instead, there is no monthly calendar as such, which means you can't see groups or patterns of exact entries: e.g., see Calendars 5 or also, on the iPhone, the Google calendar for what an intuitive monthly view should look like; bars on the weekly view are useless -- what do they helpfully communicate? Empty days don't show in the list, adding to confusion. It's an app that fails at being quick and intuitive. (Native iOS app is light years better.) Self-important and unpleasant customer support. Widget is good, otherwise calendar is meh. Save your money, or pay for Informant, either way you are better off.
  • My most used app

    5
    By poobard
    Nothing gets done unless I put it in my calendar syncs across all my devices.
  • Very Disappointed

    1
    By gadams4507
    I find the app very lacking in features. I have this app on my MacBook and I am thrilled with it. The iPad app leaves so much to be desired. I find it very cumbersome and for $10 I expected so much more. I should have researched this before buying. Lesson learned.
  • Not useful for me

    2
    By Mark Stoneman
    I've never been able to warm to this. If I can't see a monthly view, what's the point? Messy interface too. I suppose those who like it use their calendars differently, but I have no idea how. Calendar 5 works for me, or Apple's own.
  • Poor Developer Response-App Deleted

    1
    By Industrial Emgineer
    “You can delete calendars in settings.” Don’t want to delete calendars, just made-up and foreign holidays like diwali, eid al agra, juneteenth, kwanzaa that have no business in the US calendar. A better idea - delete this overpriced, useless app and go with something else.
  • Amazing Calendar - Mobile is a bit more limited than Desktop

    4
    By Wired333
    This is a very smooth calendar that surpasses where the standard iOS calendar fails. Only complaint is that the desktop version still has quite a few more features than the mobile version, but considering the desktop version is 50$ I guess they want some difference :) Biggest Misses - Can not have calendar groups like desktop to enable / disable as needs arise - Can not customize view time frame (e.g. 5 days , 3 days, 7 days) - Will use personal (second) calendar / email account to send work related calendar invites if your primary work account is unavailable :( Overall amazing and I use it daily
  • Doesn’t sync well

    1
    By Ubergeek321
    I end up just using Google Calendars because whenever there’s a change on google calendar, it doesn’t update fantastical for afew hours at least. I looked for support online and on their website and most of it was fluffy crap regarding their swipe jestures. If you seriously rely on your calendar to run your day, this app has come core issues that need to be resolved first.

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