6 Best Calendar Apps for Linux Desktop

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Aaron Kili

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14 Responses

  1. Julius says:

    It’s spelled “calendar” with an “A” in calendAr not calendEr.

    just a quick search and replace and your article will be spotless !

  2. Marco Ancona says:

    MineTime is a new, modern and multi-platform calendar app. Connects to many calendars providers. https://minetime.ai
    (Disclaimer: I am one of the developers)

  3. Daniel says:

    I would like to know which of these programs supports CalDAV (or connects with Google Calendar).

  4. Morteza says:

    Thank you so much!
    “calcurse” is so fantastic!

  5. derrick says:

    How about something like Plan? Looks like a simple but functional calendar app with a terrific bird’s eye view of monthly appts/notes. I’m searching high and low for this kind of calendar view – where you see the entire month in full screen and events/journal entries/etc can be gleaned. It’s writen in X/Motif and pretty old though..


    California also has the same, full-screen view but this thing has been in development for years now and it’s still considered “new”. By the time they’re done, it’ll be as feature-bloated as everything else.

  6. Clay Janes says:

    I use Google the Calendar but with the Korganizer

  7. Howard says:

    You forgot my favorite calendar application… calcurse! I’ve been using it for years now, and can’t live without it!

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Actually we haven’t forgot, fact is we really don’t know about the calcurse tool, but thanks for suggesting, we will include to the list..

    • Ravi Saive says:


      As per your suggestion, we’ve included your favorite calender application called ‘Calcurse’ to the list, hope you like it..

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