15 May 2013 - Münster (by Evert)

BusyCal ships new release with fruux integration.

BusyCal

BusyMac just released version 2.0.5 of their BusyCal calendaring application.

This new version now has native fruux support, which makes it even easier to setup syncing. All you need is a username and password, and you're off!

BusyCal is one of the most feature-complete and sophisticated apps you can find for calendaring. If you feel that iCal isn't quite the power-tool you need, BusyCal is pretty much the way to go for Mac users.

Todo's are built into the calendar app, it's notification system is vastly superior to iCal's (now it has integrated into Notification Center), and calendar organization rocks too.

Features such as calendar sharing and publishing, as well as subcription syncing are all available, which puts BusyCal on the top of the list in supported syncing features.

You can purchase BusyCal in the Mac App Store, or read more on their website.

About Evert

Evert loves to write code, and everything related at fruux. He suffers from a severe case of semantic satiation of everything calendar related, and has an unrequited love for ice tea. Follow him on Twitter.

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