I'm looking for a calendar app for Android that displays the occurrence count for yearly repeating events.

For example if I create a (shared Google) calendar with an event named Test on 26th May 2010 recurring yearly, I would like this app to display Test (#8) on the 26th May 2018 (today). In this way I know that 8 years have passed.

There's Pure Calendar Widget that has an option to do this, but I need an app (not a widget) because I would like to go forward and back in time whenever needed.

  • Weird thought: create a contact named "Test" with a birth date of 26th May 2010. On 26th May 2018 (or before) you'd receive a notification reminding you of the 8th birthday.
    – Izzy
    May 26, 2018 at 19:43
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    @Izzy Of course it works, but the events that I need to be reminded are on a shared Google calendar so I cannot copy all of them on fake contacts. The problem is that a feature like this is not documented on the Play Store descriptions, hence I'm asking here for help (if someone maybe is using an app that does it).
    – virtualdj
    May 27, 2018 at 9:14


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