Quick View Calendar 4+

Jeffrey Morgan

    • 4.6 • 60 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Quickly view a calendar of the current month from the menu bar. Today's date is highlighted in the current system preference highlight color. The week starts on the day selected by the 'First day of week' system preference.

Use the left and right triangle buttons to view previous and following months. Turn the week numbers on and off with the toggle menu item.

Looks great in either light or dark mode.

To make sure Quick View Calendar runs every time you log in or restart your Mac, add it as a Login Item.

What’s New

Version 2.4

This version provides a setting to turn the week numbers on and off with a toggle menu item.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

335John ,

Everything it should be and nothing more

This only shows the dates of a month. It operates from a menu bar item, where it mirrors the functionality of a Windows calendar view. The app's simple design and non-intrusive utility has become a necessity with my daily work!

With the scope creep of other calendar/to-do/reminder applications, it's nice to have a simple, minimalist app that folds into the native UI. Until we see OS support quick calendar display, this app will do nicely.

Queen Bean Casseroles ,

I Want to Hug the Developer

This app couldn't be more beauitfully simple! The file size is unbelievably small. That of course gives me confidence that the app does exactly what it's designed to do and nothing more. I don't have to worry that data is being mined and sold. I especially don't worry since a network connection is not needed. It's unobtrusive, barely uses any resources, and is prime example of amazing programming. Thank you so much for making this available!

lorz617 ,

Exactly what I wanted

Works great. Simple, accessible, no frills. This is perfect for referncing when I have multiple projects, windows, or video meetings going on. Its nice not to open another calendar app and be reminded of a million other things when I just need the date - so thank you!!

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