My favourite calendar app, Timepage, has just been released with a number of particularly nice features.
The themes preferences screen gets an overhaul that allows better manipulation of the theme as well as new colours and the ability to use light or dark text for your theme.
Events can now be repeated with greater granularity. One example of this is you can set an event to repeat on a particular day and week of the month and repeat it a number of times.
Notes now support URLs, flight numbers, email addresses and phone numbers.
There's a also a number of other features and improvements like synchronisation between devices, text size and calendar colours.
What sets Timepage apart from other calendar apps for me is the user-interface. It's not like your typical calendar app. Almost all calendar apps start from a month view and work down to a daily view.
Timepage is different in that it starts with a view the upcoming days and allows you to switch to a heat map of the month or a view of your day.
The iPhone and iPad applications both share the same look and feel but with the extra screen space on the iPad you get a split screen view of the upcoming days and what's happening today.
There's also nice integration with Dark Sky for weather updates on both the iPhone and iPad versions.
All I need now is a version of this app for my macOS and the set of Timepage apps will be complete.