UpDate September 6th, 2012: Calmighty added twitter support as well as allowing you to hide Facebook events. The inclusion of this update enhances the overall experience.
I’ve tried many event based apps on my iPad as well as iPhone but none seemed to even come close in functionality as iCalendar. There’s a reason why I love iOS devices and that’s because Apple knows how to develop slick apps. Over this past weekend I was given Calmighty to test drive and it possibly might surpass iCalendar in all ways.
As a calendar app goes, Calmighty brings in the same functionality as iCalendar such as syncing via iCloud to keep your calendars on all of your iOS/OSX devices on the same track. You can add/delete events as well. However, the cool feature here is that you can also sync your Facebook calendar to this. But, that’s not all! You can even approve or deny Facebook event requests anytime. Following your schedule is easier.
Viewing of daily events is brilliantly depicted. Your day is represented by a clock with all of your events clearly placed on it (looks like a pie graph). This type of display highlights when an event takes place, the portion of the day it’ll take, and more importantly show your downtime. Calmighty can email others the times that you’re either busy or free. I love it.
Viewing your monthly schedule is almost as slick as viewing your daily one (what can I say, I love the daily view!). Your events are shown in either triangles (all day events) or circles to show you how many events will take place on that day. This is clean, precise, and easy to read. Yup Calmighty is even free.
The Bottom Line: 9/10 (Super!)
Calmighty is the calendar app that you need to be using.