Take a fresh look at your calendar
Zippycal is a fun, practical and easy to use calendar app with a difference.
Each days events are presented against a familiar clock face, so you can see at a glance how your time is looking.
Add an event by simply dragging your finger around the clock face
Just tap to see the details of an event. Tap again to edit those details.
Scroll through the 30 day look ahead view, to easily see how your mornings and afternoons are looking.
Set meeting limits, and let Zippycal block out your time between meetings so that you can get some work done!
Set your start and end of working days, and easily switch between your working day and evening event schedule
Utilises the built-in Calendar app services to support all your current calendars
Includes Apple Watch app
Check out your day at a glance
Uses a simple clock face to present you with a view of your day
The default working hours of 9 to 5 can be changed to suit you
Summarises how much time is used up by events and how much you have free
A 30 day lookahead shows you how your mornings and afternoons are stacking up
Quickly see the details
Tap on the clock face to see the details of each event
Tap again to edit those details
A clear view of your schedule
Drag up the handle to get a more traditional view of your events, presented in a simple, clear list
Tap on an event in the list to see the detail
It’s not just about work
Tap “Your day”, or “Your Evening” to switch between views
Helps you keep after-work time separate
Starts from the end of your working day setting
Automatically changes to the evening view when you get to the end of your working day (you can change this to any time to suit you)
It’s your time
Choose which of your iOS calendars you want to see
Change the theme from a fun, animated scenic background to a plain sky blue or black background
Set a limit to the number of hours you want to spend in meetings each day. When you hit this limit, Zippycal will give you the option of blocking out the rest of your day with “No more meetings”
Check out the video below to see more of Zippycal in action