Calendarium is new, easy to use calendar which gives you a new way to discover many interesting things about this day.
Calendarium combines calendar of historical events with times of sunrise/sunset, number of week, day, day length, moon phase and more.
–– What our users think ––
" Fascinating!" – Snaarl
"It is a great way to see the history of the day. I always learn something new." - Nancy Rohe
"Use this app every day! Fun to learn new info from a wide time range of history." - M1d2i3v4
"This is a trivia nerd's Nirvana, and a history buff's Beulah! Bravo! to the developers of this app!" – jmhillpresley
• #1 App in 3 Countries
• #1 Reference App in 40 Countries
• Over half million downloads
• On this day in history - Discover historical events and holidays and share it with your friends via mail, Twitter, Facebook or text message
• Sunrise and sunset time
• Planets View - Shows how all planets of solar system are aligned right now
• Week number, day number, weekday and year
• Number of days passed from 1 Jan and days left until 31 Dec
• Moon phase
• Day length
• Geographic coordinates
• No Internet connection required
-- Calendarium uses your location only to provide accurate information about sunrise, sunset times and length of the day. We do not store it in any way. Disabling location settings will disable only these features --
- Fixed issue with Today widget background Color
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Interesting, Informative, Fascinating
Few people appreciate human history because they are completely unaware of the events that have shaped our world. This app gives you a fascinating, daily glimpse into compelling historical events. Events which are as important now as they were back then. Society cannot improve if you don't understand the past.
Nice App, but...
The icon for the app does not reflect the current date-Reflects & stays at the date that the app was purchased. Although when app is opened up the correct day does pop up which I find a bit annoying & tacky, especially since it is not that hard to fix this inconsistency.
Daily Must-Read, but ...
Great way to start each day. The links to Wikipedia articles for each item are an excellent feature.
One star deducted for occasional factual errors (see below), and use of obscure units of measure, such as Mw fot earthquake intensity.
Error example: 20 January 1953 says Eisenhower was the first US Presidenr inaugurated on 20 January in accordance with the 20th Amendment. Not true. The 20th Amendment was ratified in 1933, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated for his second term on 20 January 1937.
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- Piotr Knapczyk
- 56.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Japanese, Polish, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2011 Piotr Knapczyk
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.