Which is a better calendar system: iCal or Google? Or something else?
I was on Outlook forever and am no longer using it. I have appointments going to both iCal and Google calendars and it is becoming a mess. I mostly add and review events through my iphone, but I need a better system.
If you utilize Gmail, Google Drive, or some other G Suite administrations, you as of now approach Google Calendar through any internet browser. There is a free Google Calendar application for both Android and iOS gadgets. So for me, the Google calendar is a clear winner. Google's app can be accessed by an iOS user but iOS apps like iTunes or any other app cannot be accessed by a non-iOS user. For information visit: https://www.mactechnicalsupportnumbers.com/blog/fix-itunes-error-14/
I would say that Google is the better calendar system but I still work with iCal because of iCloud. It works great and I actually tried both Google and iCal for 2 weeks each to see what's faster for me and I saved 66 minutes over a 14 day period with iCal.
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I use iCal for all my appointments. I sync it to SnapAppointment, which allows clients to book appointments online. It is a pretty smooth process- lots of functionality.
I'm a huge fan of Google Calendar. Google calendar can then be synced on a wide platform of devices (Apple, Android, etc..). Everything is kept in sync - calendars can be shared and given a plethora of different permissions. Plus it easily integrates with Google accounts with is a major perk.
Mary-Alice, you may want to look at Cozi Calendar. It's a family calendar really but it's a great way of keeping track of everything all in one place. Plus you have both the mobile and PC platforms in sync. so life become way simplier. Check it out and tell me what you think.
I love iCal, but I have an iPhone and iPad. I use iCloud to sync calendars with my wife.
That said, I only use it for meetings and appointments and birthdays.
TimeTrade integrates with Google calendar. I use it in my business and works well for me. Pricing quite reasonable. Upgrades are attractive. Also has mobile application just introduced but have not used, may be good for how you use your iPhone.
Bookfresh.com works well for coaches and professionals who need a payment integration solution. Have not used in my business but have scheduled time on other professional calendars. Like the interface, not thrilled about price.
ScheduleOnce introduced itself to me earlier this week. Looks promising. Have not used it. Not wild about pricing. Awaiting feedback from those who do use it.
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Hope this helps.