Mac Users: In order for Fantastical to activate your prior purchase you need to download Fantastical from the same location you originally purchased it from (either directly from our website or the Mac App Store). Otherwise Fantastical will not unlock your Fantastical 2 features.
If you originally purchased Fantastical 2 for Mac on the Mac App Store then download Fantastical on the Mac App Store. Make sure you're signed in to the same Apple ID you used to make your previous purchase of Fantastical 2. Fantastical will automatically detect your previous purchase from the Mac App Store and make the existing features available.
If you originally purchased Fantastical 2 from the Mac App Store then please be sure to download the latest version of Fantastical from the Mac App Store. If you originally purchased Fantastical 2 from the Flexibits Store and have a license code, download the latest version of Fantastical from our website. If you download Fantastical from the Mac App Store you will not be able to enter your license code.
Fantastical 3.6.11 is the last version available for macOS High Sierra, Mojave, and Catalina. You can download it here.Fantastical 2.5.16 is the last version available for macOS El Capitan and Sierra. You can download it here.Fantastical 2.2.5 is the last version available for macOS Yosemite. You can download it here.Fantastical 1 is the last version available for macOS Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, and Mavericks. You can download it here.
The information about the install size of Fantastical 2 - Calendar and Reminders is currently not available.Since the software was added to our catalog in 2016, it has reached 1 download, and last week it had 0 downloads.The current version of the program is 2.3.1 and was updated on 1/04/2017. Fantastical 2 - Calendar and Reminders is available for users with the operating system Mac OS X and posterior versions, and you can download it in several languages like English, Spanish, and German.
There are a lot of free calendar apps available and plenty of subscription-based calendar apps with functional trials. Fantastical needs to offer something special to persuade people to pay a subscription fee.
The free Fantastical service only gives you one calendar set. If you have a paid subscription, though, you can return to Settings>Calendars and click the plus icon in the bottom left corner. Clicking the plus icon will give you the options to add a new calendar set, as well as a new calendar and a task list.
If you are satisfied with the default Calendar app on Mac, but just want a companion app to go with it in the menubar, then Calendars is worth a look. This free app lives in your menubar, acting as a viewer for the calendars that you've set up in Calendar. It serves as a quick way to see your schedule and agenda in a single glance, so you aren't able to add new events from this app. There is an optional subscription that gives you more features, like adding Google Calendar accounts and backgrounds.
You can download a free version of Fantastical from the official Flexibits website. It comes with limited features but is still a handy thing to have. To learn more about it, check out our Fantastical review above.
When the Fantastical developers were getting ready to release version 3 of the application, they asked me to prepare an extensive screencast series on how the app works and how I use it. I was happy to do so. That resulted in nearly two hours of video screencasts with me working in Fantastical 3 and explaining how to use its many features. Along the way, I was able to drop in a lot of good general advice about how to use a digital calendar. When the project was done, we were all so happy with it that the Fantastical team gave me permission to release all of these videos as a free Field Guide.
I have an MacBook Pro Late 2011 and it freezes (So the Beachball is turning arround), not completely randomly but when I use the disks, (writing or reading data) over 1/2 Mb/s so if I copy a big file from a DMG it freezes often but randomly during the copy process, or if I download something over internet it freeze randomly during the download.I can't do anything except of moving the mouse, if i wait a few seconds all comes back and I can continue use my Mac. I first thought it was totally random but it happens more often when I copy data or download anything. I think it's Yosemite's fault but I can not certify that.
I have read similar topics on internet about Yosemite and Freezing bug that was always different causes and different freezes like total freeze (no mouse) or freeze for infinite time and does not continue after a few secs.
When it freeze ALL stops even iTunes stop playing music. and after the freeze stops, everywhere i clicked clicks in a accelerated mode.So if during the freeze i click on two apps and open a few menus, it does nothing but after a few secs all opens.
Edit: (my answer to Buscar웃SD)I already looked at the system monitor, i forget to say it i'll add it.When the freeze happens the CPU is at 30% and disks are not at 100% when ii download but when I copy anything they are at 100% So it's weird, the amount of RAM used changes nothing, and the console writes nothing suspect
I have another screenshot who is important and it's the lines during the FREEZE, theses lines are these after the blue selected lineOn the screenshot we can see that the freeze during from 20:20:58 and the next line appears on 20:21:07 so the crash is during 9 seconds:
So, I installed OS X EL Capitan, (10.11) and i started to transfer a 9Gigs app (xCode) to install it, and I had NO freeze, so it is Yosemite, and fixed in OS X El Capitan :) It was only a quick test but On Yosemite doing this froze the system every minute. If I get one freeze during the next days I'l Edit this post. If not I resolve it.
Okay it wasn't OS X but Hardware, The second SSD was installed in the Optical Super Drive bay, and on Late 2011 Mac Book Pro there is an issue on the controller so I installed OS X on the Hard Drive without using the SSD, NO freeze, so I decided to swap SSD and Hard Drive but I don't have the right Screwdriver
Fantastical is a powerful and wonderfully-designed calendar app that's optimized for the Mac. It's packed with intuitive controls and its intelligent AI, and it works well across all your other Apple devices. The app is free, but you'll have to pay a $5/ monthly fee for some more premium features, such as customizable task templates and integrations with conference calling apps like Zoom or Google Hangouts.
Google Calendar is the free app that's a great option the majority of Gmail users. It takes information from your emails, say if you have a meeting, or a hotel or flight reservation, and auto-populates them as events on your Google Calendar. It will send reminders for events, too. And the app is compatible with a most other productivity apps, such as Todoist and Evernote.
Goalify is a more sophisticated habit-tracking app compared to other free options. It allows you to create goals for both positive and negative habits, and has features like dashboards and reminders that motivate you to stay on top of them. But it allows has more of a social element than other habit-tracking apps, which allows you to create goals with friends, check on each person's progress and even chat with them.
Asana is one of the most popular productivity apps for teams working on larger projects. It combines all lines of communication into one place that everybody can see. You can create tasks for specific people, write notes or instructions for each task, and set deadlines. It also iOS or Android, PC or Mac. The best part is that Asana is free for teams of 15 people or less.
Dropbox is a hugely popular cloud-storage service that's a great option for anybody who wants to back-up their important files, photos and documents from their smartphone or computer. It has a tight and seamless integration across Windows and macOS, and offers easy-to-use apps for Android and iOS. You get 2GB for free, and paid plans start at $10/month for 2TB.
Reclaim.ai is a free smart calendar tool to level-up the Google Calendar you already have in place. This productivity app helps you reclaim up to 40% of your workweek by optimizing your busy schedule through flexible time blocking. Reclaim automatically finds and schedules the best time for your regular routines, breaks, one-on-one meetings, and allows you to integrate your task list from ClickUp, Asana, Jira, Todoist, Linear, and Google Tasks (Monday.com, Trello, and more coming soon).
The most recent version, Things 3, was released in 2017. It won the Apple Design Award that same year. In 2018, it won the MacStories Selects Award for Best App Update for its keyboard support update for the iPad.Things 3 is designed specifically for Apple Mac and iOS devices. They recently added support for Apple Watch, meaning that their app now supports every Apple device on the market.There is no free version of the app. Unlike most other apps, buying Things 3 is a one-time purchase, so there are no recurring costs at the end of each month. Unfortunately, you have to pay for Mac and iOS versions of the app if you want to use multiple devices. 153554b96e