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Awesome Calendar Needs More Awesome To Live Up To Its Name [Review]

Awesome Calendar is a Google Calendar client for iOS, priced at three dollars on the iOS App Store (although a free Lite version is also available). Is it as awesome as its name implies? I wouldn’t say so. Perhaps I’m showing my age, but I found Awesome Calendar’s layout too small and too cramped for [...] Related Stories Visualize Available Memory On Your iPhone Or iPad With Disc Space
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