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Cal is easily “one of the prettiest” app calendars available. You see the dates of the current week first, can view the whole month with a drag of your finger, and then tap to open up each day’s schedule or details about an entry. (Free, iOS)

Agenda Calendar offers “the same kind of simple visual appeal,” at least in its Android version. Its best trick is the way it provides summary pages for each day, month, or year. ($2 for Android, $1 for iOS)

Pocket Informant “is a much more business-like beast”—capable of holding loads of details but “not the best for an at-a-glance reckoning of your coming schedule.” ($7 for Android; $3 for iOS)

Sunrise Calendar provides daily weather forecasts, but its key feature is its social media links—so you can use LinkedIn, say, to know who you’re meeting with. (Free, iOS)

Source: The New York Times

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