Hello! With this latest update you can now add International Fixed Calendar widgets to your Home Screen in iOS 16!
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!
This minor update addresses an issue we have discovered with the International Fixed Calender widgets on the Home Screen failing to refresh around midnight.
Ratings and Reviews
Widget Doesn’t Update
I was really excited for this app and widget that would allow me to see the IFC date easily however after installing the widget I’ve found that it just stays on whatever date it was when the widget was added to the Home Screen. I have the most up to date version that was supposed to fix this issue but it seems to have persisted. This is the only fixed calendar app in the App Store so the fact that the widget isn’t really functional is disappointing.
Widgets give the wrong date. But when I open the app it gives the correct date. Like its frozen on an image.
Update. Widget broke again. Only works after a recet
Developer Response ,
We have noticed this and have been looking into it. We believe it may be a small issue in iOS 16 which may be repaired in a small update soon. This was a new iOS feature and while we did have this ready to go from the day of iOS 16’s release we actually took the app off the App Store while we looked into this further when we discovered the same problem.
As we did not find the problem in the app or a way to resolve it we just put the app back on the App Store in the hope this was a minor issue iOS 16 patches would fix. Due to your feedback we shall take another look from tomorrow and see if anything else may be causing the issue or something which we can implement can resolve the issue.
Thank you for the feedback as this has helped let us know the issue is ongoing and checking my own device right now the same issue is present shortly after midnight. ☺️
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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- Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 13.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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