For those, who loves to cross out days from the calendar
Each day is a new canvas to paint upon
Strike the day or draw something - the only limitation is your imagination

Each calendar type has a deep personal meaning for me.

When I relocated to another country because of a new job, I was able to meet with my girlfriend only twice a month. To brighten up the waiting I draw simple calendars from today to the next meeting date and each morning I crossed out another day and in a way I became more closer to the reunion. With another departure I draw another calendar. And another one…
So I decided to make an app and automate this process. DEADLINE calendars allows me to quickly create such calendars and provide additional information such as days left and days passed.

We travel a lot together, thus some reunions coincide with vacations and trips to other countries. And it is much nicer to see a country flag in the calendar than just a circled date.
So I have added a TRAVEL calendar to track trips and travels. In addition to crossing out dates and tracking days left and passed, it allows me to see how much (or how little) we travelled and what countries and cities we have visited and what future trips await us. You could add notes to each trip - plans for future trips and something to remember for past ones.
Of course you are not limited to crossing out days – you could draw whatever you want. You could also add customizable text labels. The only limit is your imagination. 
With Travel calendars you could see your travel stats: number of countries visited, number of country visits, days travelled per year, the longest trip, the longest period without trips.
To open your stats go to a Trip list of a Travel calendar. From stats you could view your Travel calendar as a Life calendar.

STREAK calendars help me build new habits and improve my life. 
I have an ethernal struggle with losing weight and eating healthy. Usual habit trackers did not provided any sustainable help: it was too easy to record a new successful day with a tap, it was even easier to break the chain with another tap. One day I took a list of squared paper to track my eating streak. Each square represented one day. With each successful day I fill an additional block with a green pen. Cause I spend more time and energy with filling up these days, I was more reluctant to break the chain. And the most important habit formation rule - DO NOT BREAK THE CHAIN.
With this strategy I was able to steak with healthier habits longer. Since it is more convenient to use a phone I updated Cross Out Calendars and added a STREAK calendar.
With STREAK calendars I track my new habits in a more conscious way and always see useful data regarding streaks: current and the best streaks, current month or year results.
With a year view I could see a bigger picture of my progress.

LIFE calendar is inspired by WaitButWhy blog post Your Life in Weeks
Each square on calendar represents one week of your life. You could add important moments and chapters of your life and have a bird's eye view your life so far. It helps you track duration of your life stages and could prompt you to change something. You could display your trips and travels on this calendar - just toggle the switch in calendar details.
Life span is adjustable. At least in this app :)

With PHOTO calendars you could see a random photo for the day - from all of your photos or just from the selected albums.
It is perfect for remembering some nice things from the past: what you saw or ate last year, how your loved ones changed with time.

iOS 14 widgets - you could see any of your calendars on the Homescreen with fully customizable widgets - change any color, set fonts, add frames.

In Settings you could create custom images and copy it to any date with a long tap in calendar - in the opened menu you will see all custom images and other useful actions

I hope that Cross Out Calendars will brighten up your waiting time and help you improve your habits. I would love to know about your success stories or ideas about the app, just write me an email from the app Settings

What’s New

Version 2021.13

- minor improvements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
102 Ratings

102 Ratings

Mapletowns ,


After many futile attempts at finding an app which can provide an easy and efficient substitute for my white board calendar, I came across this marvelous and impeccably designed app! I downloaded numerous amounts of gratuitous calendar apps which all failed to provide the proper function and navigation tools I require. However, upon discovering this masterpiece, I swiftly deleted all that irrelevant junk. Needless to say, I am overjoyed with this creator’s work and hope to continue supporting this superb product. Bal’shoye spasiba!

PickyJJ ,

How did I not find this sooner?!

Victor, thank you, thank you, thank you for this app! I am visually impaired, and was surprised to find that this app is fully accessible with VoiceOver. More important, it's EXACTLY what I have been looking for: a calendar where I can draw on the dates. Just to share an idea: I track my mood and energy levels in my journal with emojis. Now I will be able to draw each day's averages and better see trends! Thanks so much again!

Developer Response ,

Thanks a lot for such kind words!

jackkhu ,

Best app for crossing out days on a calendar

A straightforward and very effective app for this need. I’ve used the app as a great motivator to read more and also for other behavioral monitoring. Viktor also provides excellent customer service, even implementing functionality based on feedback. I’m impressed and this is just what I needed.

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