Apps Software

Fantastical 2 for Mac Now Available

The gang over at Flexibits released [Fantastical 2]([^f5051]. Unlike the previous version of Fantastical, which is more of a menubar utility, this version is a full featured calendar app.

[Jason Snell]( and [Federico Vitcci]( have already posted reviews.

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Apps Technology

Fantastical 2 for iOS Now Available in the App Store

The updated version of Fantastical is [now available in the App Store]([^fn1]. It is available for a launch-day sale price of $2.99.

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Hot in Fever – Fantastical for iPhone

Currently hot in my [Fever]( instance – **Fantastical for iPhone**

I have not had a chance to dig into this application yet, but the buzz is insanely positive. You can [buy it in the iOS App Store](*bqlTuiXSo&offerid=146261&type=3&subid=0&tmpid=1826&[^f2814].

Links related to this:

* [Shawn Blanc](

* [Ben Brooks](

* [MacStores](

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Fantastical – Updated and On Sale

I can’t believe I waited as long as I did to start using this app to enter calendar events. It finally got me to move away from only entering events in Google Calendar.

(via [David Sparks](


Fantastical Adds iOS and OS X Reminders

As reported on [Macstories](, Fantastical now supports adding iOS and OS X reminders via its same “plain language” interface. Though I’m not sure how much I’ll use this feature, I will say that I use Fantastical way more than I ever thought I would. It has completely replaced Google Calendar as the default way I enter new events.