Easy accessible calendar for macOS
- On Desktop
- From Dock
- From Menu bar
Simple & lightweight
Choose the most convenient way to open the calendar:
- click on the menu bar icon
- click on the Dock icon
- via the configurable keyboard shortcut
- as the notification center widget
Enable always-on-desktop calendar
- with customized color, transparency
- staying atop of all other windows
- … or just atop of the desktop wallpaper
- Configurable menu bar item displays date, time, the day of the week or just an icon with the date
- If the Dock icon is enabled, it always displays current date and month
- Configurable global shortcut displays the popup calendar
- Configurable color of the desktop calendar
- Display sunrise and sundown times
Hint: on macOS Sierra and up you can reorder items in menubar by dragging them with pressed Command key.
An indispensable tool; this should be app of the year!
Stop reading this and just download it! Like me and many other reviewers, you’ve probably asked yourself why Mac OS didn’t already come prepackaged with a tool as simple as a popup mini calendar. There are many times where I don’t need to look at MY calendar, I just want to see an unadulterated miniature calendar...
GREAT Replacement for my old and aging MenuCalendarClock
Thanks so much for a VERY nice super simple Menu Calendar. I also love the few features that make it really practical, too (like the ability to jump forwards or backwards years or months at a time with having to hit Forward and Backward buttons like an Atari Game Console Fire button)! ;-)
Exactly what I wanted.
I use it in the menu bar instead of the usual day/time so that it displays the date, day, and time, and I also have it set as a widget in the notification center so I can see 2 months at a glance easily. Love it!...
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