THE BUILT–IN CALENDAR app for iOS is fine, up to a point. However, it has its failings. It lacks support for natural language input, isn’t particularly fast when you need to input appointments and events, and when it comes to gesture support, it lags behind some of its competitors.

In addition, in the month view, days with events are denoted with grey dots, but there’s no indication of how many events occur on a day, or color coding to indicate what they are. On

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