Tag Archive: Fantastical

Fantastical 2.5 brings goodies for iOS 9 and iPhone 6s users

Flexibits updated its popular Fantastical apps for iPhone and iPad this morning to take advantage of a number of new features in iOS 9 and on the iPhone 6s. Arguably the biggest improvement to productivity comes in the form of multitasking support for the iPad. Fantastical also threw in a dash of the new iPhone’s 3D Touch as […]

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Fantastical 2 for Mac gets fresh for OS X Yosemite

Fantastical has been my go-to calendar app for years. It’s interface and ease of use is second to none, especially Apple’s terrible Calendar app. But Fantastical hasn’t received much love on the Mac in awhile. While the iOS version has…Read more ›

Now Fantastical can truly replace Apple’s Calendar app in iOS 8

Thanks to how apps can hook into each other with Extensibility in iOS 8, third-party developers are able to rival the systemwide functionality of Apple’s stock apps like never before. So is the case with Flexibits, maker of the popular calendar…Read more ›

Get Path Finder and Fantastical with The Summer Blockbuster Mac Bundle [Deals]

The weather is getting warmer, the shorts are coming out of the dresser drawers, and the swimming pools are opening up. That can only mean one thing: summer is upon us! Cult of Mac Deals isn’t about to let that…Read more ›

Fantastical 2 Gets Beefy First Update

Fantastical is hands down my favorite calendar app for both the Mac and iOS, and Fantastical 2 for iOS went a long way to bringing the app in line with iOS 7′s major aesthetic changes. Now, just three weeks after…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Fantastical 2 For iPhone Includes New iOS 7 Design, Reminders, And Price

I started using Fantastical on my iPhone the day it was released back in November of last year. Like other users of the fantastic (bad pun intended) Mac app, I couldn’t wait to have its natural language parsing on my…Read more ›

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Makers Of Fantastical Are Working On A New App For Searching Messages On The Mac

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Have you tried searching in Messages on the Mac? Well don’t try now unless you want to get really frustrated. Among the app’s other numerous bugs, Messages can tend to suddenly throw a tantrum whenever the search bar is invoked.

Flexibits, makers of popular iPhone calendar app Fantastical, have announced their next app: Chatology, a tool for searching Messages on the Mac.

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MacHeist’s $10 Bundle Features Fantastical, Little Inferno, Clean My Mac, Pathfinder And More

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MacHeist — one of the Mac community’s finest deals-mongers — has just gone live with their latest nano bundle: $ 250 worth of quality Mac software for the song of $ 9.99.

There are some amazing apps in here too. For example, if you buy the MacHeist bundle right now, you get Fantastical, simply the best calendar app on the Mac, or CleanMyMac, one of  [Read More…]

Fantastical Update Brings Tons Of Cool New Features

Flexibits’ fantastic calendar app Fantstical has reached v1.1. In numerical terms, this is just the addition of 0.1 to the original 1.0. But in terms of app goodness, it’s much more hugerer.

The full release notes can be found on the Flexibits site (or chopped and stuck below).

The highlights are a neat new clipboard detector which will check your pasteboard when you open the app and – if it has something  [Read More…]

Fantastical, 1Password For Mac Now Half Price For A Limited Time [Deals]

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Fantastical and 1Password, two essential applications for any Mac OS X user, have both had their price tags slashed by 50% for a limited time. Fantastical is now down from $ 19.99 to $ 9.99, while 1Password is down from $ 49.99 to $ 24.99. They’re both available to purchase from the Mac App Store now.


Fantastical is a personal favorite of mine. I’ve been using  [Read More…]