ReminderCal: Maximizing Productivity by Syncing Apple Reminders to Calendar

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ReminderCal App

Launched on the App Store recently, ReminderCal introduces the ability to sync your reminders on the Apple Reminders App with the Calendar app in order to maximize your productivity.
Users can either manually sync within the ReminderCal App itself, or set their own schedule for syncing patterns in Shortcuts. Your syncing schedule can be set according to your preferences, with the help of Shortcut Automations.

You can even set it to sync every time you exit the Reminders Apps, for the results to be immediate.

Image: ReminderCal

While it is pretty convenient to have your reminders sync over to your calendar, not all reminders need to be visible on the Calendar App. To avoid adding a particular reminder to the Calendar app, one can simply add “$nocal” or “$nocalendar” to the title or notes of their reminder. This way, all your important reminders are present on the Calendar App, except the ones that you choose to hide.

The ReminderCal App works in an offline mode, with all the syncing done on the device itself without the need for any internet connection.
According to them,
“All syncing is done offline, on your device. No cloud servers are used and no data ever leaves your device, so your privacy is always protected. Verify for yourself by running the app whilst in Airplane Mode.”

Image: ReminderCal

Additionally, if you use an iCloud, calDAV or Exchange calendar, all of your other devices will be able to access your reminders.

The ReminderCal App is available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and Mac at a discounted price of $2.99, down from $4.99 with no In-App Purchases or Subscriptions. The App is also free in Ukraine. To download this app, users need to be running iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12 or later. Do note that this app only supports Mac models with an Apple silicon chip. The size of the app is very small, so users will be able to download and install this app quickly to take advantage of it.

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Pururaj Dutta
Author: Pururaj Dutta

Pururaj is the Vice President of Appleosophy and Silicon Report, in addition to being the Manager of popular Redfruit Media platforms such as TechPod Social and Apple Summit. His seasoned experience plays a pivotal role in the success of Redfruit Media, contributing significantly to shaping the ever-evolving tech landscape. As a tech aficionado, he enjoys exploring & reviewing new products, and sharing his insights with the community. With an unwavering passion for technology, Pururaj is committed to delivering accurate and insightful information to his readers.

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11 months ago

The app crashes on load on ios17 beta 3

Last edited 11 months ago by Rick
11 months ago
Reply to  Rick

Most stuff crashes during the beta, just gotta wait for beta 4 or even better general release lol

colt N
colt N
9 months ago

how to add the shortcut automation for auto syncing when you leave the app?

7 months ago

Where exactly is it “free in Ukraine”? Maybe I am missing something

6 months ago

Any way to set the duration from the reminders directly? Like a tag?
I generally just want things to be 1 or 2 hrs

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