Lilius will place date & time in your menu bar and will show drop-down calendar when you click on it.

1. Date & Time format is fully adjustable, including time, day, day of the week, year, month etc.

2. All events from you system Calendar are integrated and displayed as dots under each day and amount of dots shows number of events, including Google Calendar if you set up integration in System Preferences.

3. Once you click on one of days with events, Event List will open to the left of the calendar with your agenda for this day.

4. This version is free for use, but premium features will come later.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

Added current date highlighting.
Added dimming for days that are not in a current month.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

ReverendJ1 ,

Simple and Works Well

Lilius fixes a simple feature lacking in macOS, but does it very well. With it, you can get the pop-up calendar by clicking on the date in the menu bar, like every other OS. It also shows events from Calendar, and provides a quick way to launch Calendar. I like how it works with dark theme too. My only wishes are that it would allow you to choose the calendars to display, and color coordinate the dots.

Developer Response ,

Thanks a lot for a positive review! I have tried to solve the problem you outlined in a simple, but elegant manner, so glad that you like it. Your idea about choosing calendars to display and color dots is interesting and useful, I will definitely add it to the dev plan for future.


Eugene Bondar
7.5 MB

macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor



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