International Fixed Calendar 4+

Darren Maxwell

Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free


This app will allow you to check dates on the International Fixed Calendar. It also includes widgets, an Apple Watch App, and Apple Watch Complications so you can always know which date it is!

The International Fixed Calendar was a planned calendar reform which added a new month, Sol, between June and July. The International Fixed Calendar therefore had 13 equal months fixed in size with 28 days each. The calendar system brought a number of great benefits, but humanity decided it would be a better idea to have another giant war instead and the plans were shelved. Good job humanity!

Despite this the Kodak company used the calendar internally between 1928 and 1989. If you're a time traveling Kodak employee who owns an Apple Watch then this is the app for you!

What’s New

Version 2.0.3

Completely recreated from scratch!
- Supports all current iPhones including iPhone SE and 13 Pro Max as well as now running on iPad natively.
- Now supports iOS Widgets to have the latest International Fixed Calendar date on display wherever you like!
- Apple Watch Complications have been updated so now supports even the latest watch faces in watchOS 8.

Minor Bugfixes and Changes
- Adapted the text scale for the date text to better display depending on which device you are viewing on.
- Further addressed an issue where widgets on some iPhone and iPad devices appear to stop updating after a few days.
- Fixed an issue in iOS 15 where Widgets would display text slightly adjacent to the intended placement.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

StevieSsswank ,

change week start day

please update to allow a change of the week start to monday, not sunday.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review and feedback. 😊 In the International Fixed Calendar standard the first day of the year is a Sunday and this repeats every month. It is therefore something that would not be changed in app. Remember while some regions consider Monday to be the first day of the week the International Fixed Calender was a change in standard and as such it may not be in common with what you are used to in your local area. I hope this helps you understand why this will not be added.

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