October 20, 2011 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - John Maisey today announces the release of Dates to iCal 2.3, a major update to the iCal birthday and anniversay calendar creator that has a range of features that has made it indispensable for many iCal and Address Book users.
Dates to iCal syncs bithdays, anniversary and custom dates from Address Book to iCal. It can add up to five alarms for each event. It allows the option of only syncing from one Address Book group and also to filter by the Address Book custom title. The titles of the events in iCal are customisable to the user's preference.
Dates to iCal not only sees all dates in the local address book, but can also access dates in synced CardDAV and Exchange accounts. It can send the dates to non-local calendars and works well with Apple's new iCloud service meaning the same calendars will appear on linked iOS devices.
The latest version of Dates to iCal is localized into French, German, Italian and Spanish. It allows for ordinal dates, dates without set years, filtration by Address Book custom date title, and a greater customization of event title formats.
Dates to iCal is shareware, (registration is 4 ($6.50) per machine) with a two week demo period. Dates to iCal requires OSX 10.6 or later with iCal and Address Book.
John Maisey is an independent software developer based in London, UK. He has been programming since 1989 and has been using Apple Macs to do so since 2000. His current software releases include Dates to iCal, iCal Reply Checker and iCal Dupe Deleter. Copyright (C) 2011 John Maisey. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.