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Cal for Android may be the only calendar app you will ever need

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There is no shortage of calendar apps on the Google Play Store, but a newcomer wants you reserve a spot on your homescreen for it's icon.

It's Cal.

Cal is a free and easy to use calendar app that is trying to put its competitors to shame.

This is a calendar app that you won't dread looking at.

With maps and social media integration, you will not only stay on top of what you have going on, but also you will see what your friends, family, classmates, and business associates are doing.

Cal is also a calendar app that you don't have to wait for. We are all busy people and you can add appointments and events, or make changes quickly and easily. The voice component of Cal is also pretty handy at those moments you just can't type.

From the developers, here are some of the other special features you just won't find on other calendar apps.

-Awesome widget – We've created a widget that makes any peak at the agenda - a fun experience.

-New day, Every day - Each day starts with a fresh & gorgeous photo to celebrate the day in a fun way.

-Daily Planning made simple. By connecting Cal with Any.DO you can check out your tasks for the day.

-It's always someone's birthday. Write on your friends wall, buy a gift, make a call, or send them a message. It's really easy.

-At your fingertips – Cal makes it easy to find great places, restaurants, and bars nearby for meeting friends, family, and co-workers.

You can get the new Cal for Android at:

If you have an Android device, there is no longer an excuse for missing that meeting with Cal, by


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