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I used CalenMob for a year.

I really like its GoogleCalendar compatibility, that allow me to work on shared calendars. Unfortunately this app doesn't provide recurrent events support. To get it I have to buy the CalenMobPro app. I decided to invest on it, but customer reviews say that there is a problematic sync bug since the last update in November, and it hasn't yet been fixed.

So I'm looking for an alternative. Free or not, it doesn't matter but I insist on the intuitive interface and the GUI efficiency of the app. It would be nice for the app to be universal (running on both iPhone and iPad), but it's not strictly required.

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    Google Calendar can be supported by anything that supports ICal. – Lyndon White Feb 11 '14 at 23:21
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If you are using an Apple product (which I presume you are from the tags), then you can just sync your Google account in the System Preferences and select Mail/Contacts/Calendar (User accounts tab on Mac). This will give you the option of choosing which apps you want to sync (eg. calendar).

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    Agreed, the native iOS calendar app meets all the needs specified. (Shared Google calendar compatibility, recurrent events, intuitive interface) – Ben Miller - Reinstate Monica Feb 19 '14 at 4:02
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    Can I add my GoogleCalendar on iOS Cal without adding my email account on iOS Mail? – Fractaliste Feb 26 '14 at 8:23
  • @Fractaliste I you can edit what apps use your email in the settings under Internet Accounts (or similar). – Dinopet123 Apr 29 '14 at 2:14

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