Calendar by Fantastical 4+

Reminders & Todo List

Flexibits Inc.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Fantastical is the multiple award-winning calendar app with powerful features including intuitive natural language text parsing, beautiful full calendar day, week, month, quarter and year views, tasks, time zone support, and much, much more.


• Beautiful, clean, and easy to use calendar app allowing you to manage basic events
• The DayTicker and calendar makes your schedule look the nicest it ever has
• Full screen day, week, month, quarter, and year views
• Full task support including Todoist and Google Tasks
• 3 day weather forecast (powered by AccuWeather)
• 14 day free trial for Flexibits Premium


• Includes Fantastical on all platforms: Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad
• Openings: Schedule events based on your availability
• Proposals: Create meeting polls
• Add Zoom, Google Meet, Webex, and Microsoft Teams calls
• Extended 10 day weather forecast with RealFeel and MinuteCast up-to-the-minute weather data (powered by AccuWeather)
• Browse and instantly subscribe to interesting calendars, including sports, TV shows, holidays, and much more (powered by SchedJoules)
• Calendar sets - quickly toggle multiple calendars on or off with a simple click or automatically when you leave or arrive, based on location
• Event and task templates
• Sync calendar sets and templates across devices
• Apple Watch app with Up Next and Weather (and works over LTE)
• Parser autocomplete recommendations for invitees, locations, and calendars/task lists
• Propose multiple times to easily ask people when they can meet
• Combine duplicate events across multiple calendars
• Invitees and availability lookups
• Respond to event invitations
• Default alerts
• Time zone override
• Favorite time zones
• Push updates for Google and Exchange
• Set event travel time and receive time to leave notifications
• Custom event colors
• Custom home screen icons
• Custom alert sounds
• Hide events without deleting them
• Add attachments to events on iCloud, Google, and Exchange
• Priority email support


• The easiest and fastest way to add new events or tasks
• Type in your details or use dictation and watch your words magically turn into an actual event or task!
• Powerful parser features, including:
- Create tasks by starting your sentence with “task” ”reminder", "todo", or "remind me to"
- Powerful and expressive repeating events such as third Thursday of every month, every weekend, last weekday of the month, and more
- Create alerts with phrases like "remind me tomorrow at 3PM", "alert 1 hour before", or "alarm 3PM"


• See your events and dated tasks together in the main list
• Add tasks directly from the Tasks list or new event screen - just flip the switch to toggle between events and tasks
• Set dates, times, and geofences (when I arrive/when I leave)
• Support for iCloud Reminders, Todoist, and Google Tasks


• Connects to your favorite calendar services including iCloud, Google, Exchange, Office 365, Todoist, Yahoo, and more
• Automatically add alarms to your new events
• Fantastical is fully localized in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish
• Start typing your event or task in any of these languages and Fantastical will automagically understand!


• Lots and lots of iOS and iPadOS widgets
• Background app updating enables events, tasks, and alerts to be pushed to Fantastical even if you don't launch the app often
• Birthdays - see your contact’s details or send a quick birthday greeting
• Handoff support between Fantastical for Mac, iPhone, and iPad
• Time zone support including floating time zone support
• Dark and light themes
• Stickers
• Accessibility support
• And much, much more!

What’s New

Version 3.7.1

- Added support for meetings from
- Fantastical Openings editor is now localized
- App Shortcuts are now localized
- Improved the reliability of time to leave alerts
- Fixed an issue that could prevent calendar sets from automatically changing based on time
- Fixed an issue where incoming event proposals wouldn't update the notifications section immediately
- Fixed an issue where disabling a calendar in a set would disable other calendars with the exact same name and color on other accounts
- Fixed an issue where the weather popover couldn't be dismissed on iPad
- Fixed an issue where renaming a calendar set could get undone a few seconds later
- Fixed an issue where a floating time zone would appear as an option for accounts that did not support it
- Fixed an issue that prevented some calendars from being subscribed to
- Fixed an issue where adding an attachment to an event on Google could show two attachments
- Various fixes and improvements

By the way, App Store reviews are very helpful to us. If you think Fantastical is worthy, would you mind taking a moment to write a nice review? We'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks for using Fantastical! :)

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

efvjjejsijsuwyw ,

Sync issues

1) ios app and mac version don't really sync immediately. It's honestly annoying to have to tick off remainders twice.
2) Events I've already declined and deleted from my schedule keep coming back and appear to be declined events. I can't find anywhere in the settings to turn this off. I recall that I can choose to not see events that have been declined on mac but I could be wrong. Anyways I just have to delete them over and over and over which really is a bother.

The Phoenixx ,

Good, but missing critical features

There is a lot to like here. In general, the app is well thought out and looks nice, but there are several features that are noticeably absent:

1. The only view of your calendar is that if a list. You can certainly pull up a monthly calendar with a swipe down, but the daily graphical representation that is standard on most calendar apps is missing. You can get this kind of view for the week by rotating your phone, but not for a single day.
2. As your day progresses, the events that are past the time they are due are faded out, but there doesn’t seem to be any way to have them disappear. This means that if you are a power user with a large number of events in your day, you will have to keep scrolling down to reach events that are current. The more the day progresses, the worse this situation becomes.
3. The “Ticker” doesn’t actually allow you to tick off events in your schedule as the are completed, making the name of it a bit puzzling.
4. Very useful features such as calendar sets that are present on the desktop version aren’t in the iOS version. This seems strange since one of the features involves calendars and reminder lists activating and deactivating based on location, a feature far more useful on a phone.

If you like the list view of the native Calendar app on the iPhone, you will probably like this app as well, but if you are a fan of the standard kind of calendar view, you might find Fantastical a bit limited.

fantasticalsavedmylife ,

If something ever happened to Fantastical, I’d probably just die

This is no ordinary calendar app - this is, quite frankly, a life changing tool that will turn you into the sort of morally superior, organisation guru you’ve always dreamed of being.

As a chronically late, forgetful and naturally disorganised person I used to tackle these issues by spending a lot of time synching up my outlook, google and Apple calendars and keeping separate task and reminders lists only for the connection to periodically break and find I’d totally forgotten about the appointment that wasn’t in my calendar that I was now 15 minutes late to (so far!).

Now, I have a dream system. I put EVERYTHING in my fantastical app (which is literally on all my devices) and all my other calendars just drop in perfectly. My Apple reminders are in there. My google tasks! It’s colour coded by work and personal, and, the piece de resistance- the Apple Watch widget- sits gloriously on my wrist, gently reminding me when it’s time to leave for my next appointment and singlehandedly rescuing me from the clutches of my ADHD driven tardiness.

The only problem I have now is that I can’t stop diarising everything…

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the review and kind words! We truly appreciate it and are glad you enjoy the app as much as we do. If there is ever anything we can help with, please contact us at


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