Calendar by Apple Inc. comments

Organize and keep track of various activities.
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This app is even further confusing with the release of Mountain Lion (OS X 10.smile. iCal became Calendar, Qbix have renamed Calendar to CalendarFree which is available on the Mac App Store. Users werer recommended to move the Qbix app into a subfolder of the applications folder. The 2 apps would co-exist roughly on an upgrade install, since Apple's calendar is a system app and cannot be uninstalled.

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The calendar is simple in design. This simplicity, to my mind, makes it even more visual, when it comes to using it.

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confusion caused by programs from different developers using the same application name 1.4 is from http://calendar.qbix.com and available in the mac App Store 2011-09-27 as opposed to the 2.2 from http://thalo.net/neocomsoft

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This piece of crap has nothing whatsoever to do with
calendar.app as in the Mac App Store which mac.informer is actually detecting on my mac originally
from http://qbix.com/calendar via the Mac App Store
which is actually freeware

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