By Julian Date > Timers Julian Date and his team at date & ; timer.com have developed a calendar app for Android that enables users to easily track and manage dates, dates, and events.
They have also created an app for iOS.
The app allows users to add events, set a date, and schedule a time to a date.
Events can be set on a calendar or by creating an event and then adding it to the calendar.
Events can be added to a calendar with the new calendar API and a simple tap on the calendar icon.
Events are saved to a list in a dedicated event calendar for future reference.
Events are managed using the Calendar API.
When a user taps the “Add event” button on a scheduled event, the app displays a list of the scheduled events in the timeline.
When the user taps on the event, it is marked for future use.
Events in the calendar can be viewed on the timeline as events in a list.
Events marked for further review are marked as “resumed” in the list.
Users can create events by dragging them to a spot in the event calendar, or by dragging events from a list to a new spot in a calendar.
Events in a new calendar can also be added, moved, or deleted from the list, or added to or moved from the calendar by dragging an event from a calendar into a calendar slot.
The calendar is a handy way to keep track of your events.
The user can also access the calendar from the notification shade of the home screen.
When a user wants to view a date or an event in the current calendar, they can tap on an event icon in the top left of the screen.
When an event is added to the list or a new event is dragged into a spot, the calendar app shows an event on the right side of the timeline, and a list icon in front of the event is displayed.
When they drag a new date or event to a space in the date list, it can be seen in the next spot in that list.
Events also show up on the next day’s calendar.
In the event that an event was added to this day’s schedule, the next date on the schedule is displayed as an event that was added the day before.
When an event has been marked for re-use, it will show up in the Calendar app as a new scheduled event in that calendar.
The event will also show as an updated event in any calendar that is in use.
For more information, visit date <timers website.
Julian Date is a co-founder of Date < ; Timers and has been working in the dating industry since 2005.
Julian has been writing for publications including The Atlantic, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post.
Julians first app, Date &rt; Timing, was released in August 2018.