6 Best Calendar Apps for Linux Desktop

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20 Responses

  1. Friar Tux says:

    What, no mention of Orage Calendar? It beats out all of the above. It is small, can sit on your desktop and has easy to use reminders and notifications. I wouldn’t be without it. Often, I will remove the default calendar that comes with an OS and replace it with Orage Calendar. One of the best.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Friar,

      Thanks for notifying about Orage Calendar application, we will include in the list..

    • Howard says:

      My wife uses Orage Calender like a demon. We both use Xubuntu on our desktop and laptop computers, but I use Calcurse as my main calendar, because it just works better for me.

  2. Nelly says:

    A calendar should not only be useful for planning and remembering future appointments but also to keep track of old appointments. For the diary function of the calendar, it should be possible to edit the text of expired appointments.

    This is possible in Logenda. That program also has a function to search in appointments. Its scrollable calendar display gives an easy survey of a complete calendar year.

    LoGenda is a program for PC Linux (Ubuntu).

  3. Michael Biller says:

    I know this will go against what us Linux users would ever recommend but it’s such a good calendar I have to mention it. Microsoft Calendar. I use both it and Google Calendar.

    Microsoft Calendar for work-related and Google for my personal, or non-work-related. WebCatalog was used to create desktop apps of each and both are fantastic.

  4. 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 !
    Thanks!

  5. 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)

  6. Daniel says:

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

  7. Morteza says:

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

  8. 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..

    https://www.bitrot.de/plan.html

    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.

  9. Clay Janes says:

    I use Google the Calendar but with the Korganizer

  10. 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:

      @Howard,

      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:

      @Howard,

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

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