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QuickCal Mobile: Create an event by typing it

Create a new event in your iCal calendar by typing a sentence in Mac OS X, or by speaking to it into your iOS device.
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Written by Jason D. O'Grady, Contributing Editor on

If you use iCal, QuickCal is a great widget.

Just launch Dashboard by pressing F4 (or whatever your shortcut is) and type something like the following into the QuickCal text field:

"Dinner w/ Susan next wed from 7pm to 11:45pm"

QuickCal automatically extracts the relevant pieces of data and creates a new event in your iCal calendar. It's an impressive little application that gave me a reason to dust off Dashboard.

Mac OS X is great and everything, but iOS is even better. QuickCal Mobile ($0.99, iTunes) is companion app for iOS that allows you to create calendar events by typing them into your device. Now that's cool.

Tip: Ryan Kaplan

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