Fantastical - Calendar

Fantastical - Calendar

By Flexibits Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-03-25
  • Current Version: 3.7.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 57.84 MB
  • Developer: Flexibits Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.


Fantastical is the multiple award-winning calendar app with powerful features including intuitive natural language text parsing, a full calendar window with day, week, month, quarter and year views, an ultra-quick access mini window, tasks, time zone support, and much, much more. Fantastical's natural language event and task creation, beautiful calendar views, and ultra-smart event list make it the best calendar and tasks app you'll ever use. Just type in that you have "Lunch with John on Friday at 1pm" and Fantastical will schedule it! Or type in "remind me to Buy Milk on Tuesday" and Fantastical will create a task with a due date! TRY FANTASTICAL FOR FREE • Beautiful, clean, and easy to use calendar app allowing you to manage basic events • Use the mini window to quickly check your schedule with customizable keyboard shortcut • Full screen day, week, month, quarter, and year views • Full task support including Todoist and Google Tasks • 3 day weather forecast (powered by AccuWeather) • 14 day free trial for Flexibits Premium UPGRADE TO FLEXIBITS PREMIUM FOR EVEN MORE (requires subscription) • Includes Fantastical on all platforms: Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad • Openings: Schedule events based on your availability • Proposals: Create meeting polls • Add Zoom, Google Meet, Webex, and Microsoft Teams calls • Extended 10 day weather forecast with RealFeel and MinuteCast up-to-the-minute weather data (powered by AccuWeather) • Browse and instantly subscribe to interesting calendars, including sports, TV shows, holidays, and much more (powered by SchedJoules) • Calendar sets - quickly toggle multiple calendars on or off with a simple click or automatically when you leave or arrive, based on location • Event and task templates • Sync calendar sets and templates across devices • Apple Watch app with Up Next and Weather (and works over LTE) • Parser autocomplete recommendations for invitees, locations, and calendars/task lists • Propose multiple times to easily ask people when they can meet • Combine duplicate events across multiple calendars • Invitees and availability lookups • Respond to event invitations • Default alerts • Time zone override • Favorite time zones • Push updates for Google and Exchange • Set event travel time and receive time to leave notifications • Custom event colors • Hide events without deleting them • Add attachments to events on iCloud, Google, and Exchange • Priority email support THE EASIEST WAY TO ADD EVENTS AND TASKS • Open Fantastical with a single click or keystroke • Type in your details or use dictation and watch your words magically turn into an actual event or task! • Powerful parser features, including: - Create tasks by starting your sentence with “task” ”reminder", "todo", or "remind me to" - Powerful and expressive repeating events such as third Thursday of every month, every weekend, last weekday of the month, and more - Create alerts with phrases like "remind me tomorrow at 3PM", "alert 1 hour before", or "alarm 3PM" WORKS THE WAY YOU DO • Connects to your favorite calendar services including iCloud, Google, Exchange, Office 365, Todoist, Yahoo, and more • Automatically add alarms to your new events • Fantastical is fully localized in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish • Start typing your event or task in any of these languages and Fantastical will automagically understand! EVEN MORE FANTASTICAL • Lots and lots of macOS Widgets • Share Extension • Handoff support between Fantastical for Mac, iPhone, and iPad • Time zone support including floating time zone support • Dark and light themes • And much, much more!



  • Requires Third-Party Support to Work

    By dvdkit
    I downloaded this app, and whenever I try to create a calendar event, I get the message: "There are no calendars set up in Fantastical. Please add your calendar accounts in Fantastical’s preferences under the Accounts tab." When you go to the Accounts tab and try to add a calendar, it prompts you to log into a third-party caldender service. It appears you need to create a calender with a different service in order for this app to work.
  • The Whole Package

    By oneoffsuit
    The team at Flexibits have done an amazing job designing a flexible interface that allows me to easily use one app for work and personal calendars across all of my devices. My favorite features: - support for focus filters - beautiful widget on iPhone/iPad - smooth integration of tasks and weather into multiple views - and a thousand more
  • yes. it is the app you're looking for

    By yawp77
    I didn't know how much I needed this app until I started using it. It was the single greatest software/process shift of 2023 for me. Highly recommend.
  • Indispensable

    By dmb koala
    Managing calendars for my work, my personal life, and my family, Fantastical has become an essential tool for keeping organized. Its calendar views help me hide what's not relevant when I need to focus, and its ability to unify calendars across systems like Google, iCloud, Microsoft, and more – not to mention the ease of creating new events in any calendar – make it so that my calendar app works for me, and not the other way around!
  • Great product / missing one major thing

    By markatosf
    Been a user for years. The main feature that is missing is the ability to see ones calendar BEFORE getting into the event set up flow. Its the number one reason I still use Google Calendar directly.
  • Impossible to set up.

    By ADA11500
    What is it that is preventing this from working? I have no idea. i'm completely unable to import my existing calendar data, without which switching to Fantastical makes no sense. Do you perhaps no longer support older versions of Mac OS? if that's the case, it should state that prominently so that people don't waste precious time. I've fooled around with this for about an hour now, but it's not working still. In order to set it up one has to delve into issues that the average person - someone who expects to be able to use an app right away - just isn't familiar with. I give up and will have to delete it from my system. It's disappointing because it appeared at first to be just what I need.
  • Best for Multiple Google Accounts

    By Sydney Koo
    I've tried so many ways to juggle all my Google accounts (5 total). This is the first app that I've found has been able to provide ways to see everything all at once and individual calendars without having to individually click each calendar on/off or going in between different Google profiles.
  • Weirdly bad

    By Andronicals
    Fantastical is probably the most loved calendar app by everyone from podcast hosts to productivity gurus. But when I tried it the experience is much less than stellar: 1. phantom movements. Scrolling the calendar week view on the Mac produces some of the most buggy behavior I've ever seen. Navigating from one week to the other will sometimes jump in into 2018 or get stuck. 2. NLP is unpredictable and fails at the most basic comprehensions. When I use quick entry for an event like "Learn Coding on Udemy", it will create "Learn Coding" and set the physical address to Udemy. I don't know how this is helpful to anyone. 3. Timezone adjustment: as someone who travels a lot it boggles my mind how hard it is to switch a calendar event's time zone. If you create it on EST, it will always read in EST even if your global timezone is now set to PST. 4. Checking for availabilities: One of my favorite features with GCal is that I can easily glance at someone's public calendar availabilities in my org and schedule a meeting. Fantastical not only has no support for this, but forces you to view availabilities in a tiny narrow window after you already created a event with the proposed participant.
  • Gets buggier and buggier over time - no longer worth it

    By JNabers
    I'm always afraid to update it because it breaks from updates often. I've had to basically uninstall/reinstall or troubleshoot so many times... I'm really tired of it. With that, it's not really worth any of its features over using Google Calendar since it doesn't "just work" consistently.
  • The calendar app that does it all

    By College Student Eric
    Fantastical might look unimpressive on the surface, but the ease of everything is what makes this app shine. When creating new events, you can type various parameters (color, time, calendar) to edit the event without fussing with dropdown menus. You can invite members to events within the software, and its Google Calendar integration is fantastic. The paid subscription also comes with Cardhop, and I thoroughly enjoy that app as well.