Android/iOS: Calendars have always had a very simple design, but if you're not a fan, alternatives exist. One that totally rethinks things is Dials. Dials organises your daily calendar like a clock, which gives you a very easy to glance at view of your day. Data entry is fast and easy with just a couple of taps, and it integrates with most common calendar features like notifications, locations and invitations. Like Moleskine's Timepage app, this isn't a calendar for everyone by any means, but if you're a fan of the design, Dials works incredibly well. It gets pretty cluttered if you have a lot going on though, so it seems best suited for people who tend to only have a handful of things per day.
Dials Reimagines Your Calendar As A Clock Dial
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