Sunrise Calendar for Android exits Beta, brings new web view
You can now download Sunrise Calendar from the Google Play Store!
For those looking for a great calendar app for your Android, you’ve probably seen our recent coverage on Sunrise Calendar. It’s a relatively new calendar app for Android, and up until today, has only been available as a public Beta. Overtime, the Sunrise team has been incredibly helpful with feature requests and bug fixes. The time has finally come for the app to exit Beta and enter the Play Store.
If you’re unfamiliar with the app, Sunrise Calendar is a beautiful app that supports Gmail and iCloud accounts, and will soon support Exchange. It gives you a month view towards the top, an agenda view towards the bottom, and allows you to swipe over easily to get to the 3-day view. It also gives you weather information and Smart Icons, both of which adds a nice, unique touch to the interface.
Sunrise for the desktop
Along with the official release of the Android app, Sunrise is coming to the web. You can use the web view by visiting calendar.sunrise.am, or downloading the Chrome extension. The web view has basically the same look as the Android app, but includes a handy full-content view and different time zone support. The desktop and Android app will also sync automatically, making your life that much easier.
If you have yet to try Sunrise Calendar for Android, now is the perfect time. It’s beautiful, functional, and one of the best dang calendars we’ve ever used. With the new web interface paired with the official Android app, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better all-around calendar experience. Download it from the Play Store today!
Have you tried Sunrise Calendar? What did you think? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!
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