MonthlyCal is a beautiful and colorful monthly calendar widget for OS X Yosemite. Supports gregorian's calendar and it is almost localized in every language!
Notification center’s today view paradigm appeals to me so much more than the dashboard ever did, but from the moment I booted up Yosemite, I’ve been aching for a monthly calendar view. For me, this little app fulfills the Today view promise. Odd that Apple left it to someone else to provide this functionality, but at least this developer is providing it in exemplary fashion. Daily events listed below the month view makes the default calendar widget utterly unecessary. Best 99 cents i’ve spent o
In der aktuellen Version kann man auswählen welche Kalender angezeigt werden sollen. Warum das Apple eigene Widget nicht auch den aktuellen Monat anzeigen lann und Termine nicht darunter als Liste bleibt ein Rätsel
I was quite annoyed to find that there was no easy option to view a monthly calendar anywhere easily in OS X, having come from windows where I could see one by hovering over the date/time. More surprised was I to see that there were few to no options avaliable to fix this issue. Until I found this. It’s a pain to have to pay 99 cents—but that’s more a complaint against Apple for not making it a native calendar funcionality. This does the job nicely, cleanly, and I am quit ehappy with it! It dese
This app does exactly what it says. It also does everything that I was looking for. Should I have to pay a dollar so OS X can do something that it probably should have done natively? No. But am I going to cry over the dollar I had to pay for this? No. Is it worth a dollar? Sure. It’s just frustrating that I have to pay for something that seems should be native to the OS. Kudos to the developer for capitalizing on this.
Es super cómodo tener el calendario en la barra de notificaciones sin tener que abrir el calendario por defecto que trae OSX. Además, puedes cambiar colores y tamaño, seleccionar un dia y que te muestre los eventos que tienes para ese día, cambiar de mes, está en español, etc. No estoy para nada decepcionado con él.