BusyCal Goes Public Beta

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The very smart people over at BusyMac have released the public beta of their new iCal replacement BusyCal. I’ve been running it a few days and am impressed. It incorporates the BusySync calendar syncing and adds several features that iCal, for lack of a better term, has ignored.

10 Comments BusyCal Goes Public Beta

  1. samdenniston@gmail.com

    Installed it yesterday. Exactly what I am looking for in a Mac calendar. To-do list showing up on the day it is to be done reminds me of Palm Desktop – something I really missed.
    Two-week view is gold, and works perfectly with a high-res, 24-inch screen.
    Well done BusyMac; you will be getting my money.

    Reply
  2. samdenniston@gmail.com

    Installed it yesterday. Exactly what I am looking for in a Mac calendar. To-do list showing up on the day it is to be done reminds me of Palm Desktop – something I really missed.
    Two-week view is gold, and works perfectly with a high-res, 24-inch screen.
    Well done BusyMac; you will be getting my money.

    Reply
  3. samdenniston@gmail.com

    Installed it yesterday. Exactly what I am looking for in a Mac calendar. To-do list showing up on the day it is to be done reminds me of Palm Desktop – something I really missed.
    Two-week view is gold, and works perfectly with a high-res, 24-inch screen.
    Well done BusyMac; you will be getting my money.

    Reply
  4. samdenniston@gmail.com

    Installed it yesterday. Exactly what I am looking for in a Mac calendar. To-do list showing up on the day it is to be done reminds me of Palm Desktop – something I really missed.
    Two-week view is gold, and works perfectly with a high-res, 24-inch screen.
    Well done BusyMac; you will be getting my money.

    Reply
  5. samdenniston@gmail.com

    Installed it yesterday. Exactly what I am looking for in a Mac calendar. To-do list showing up on the day it is to be done reminds me of Palm Desktop – something I really missed.
    Two-week view is gold, and works perfectly with a high-res, 24-inch screen.
    Well done BusyMac; you will be getting my money.

    Reply

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