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#18696
Re:Android app and widget 1 Year, 2 Months ago  
I like to throw my support behind this as well.

I am currently using ICSync on my Android phone but unfortunately it screws up my ICS file everytime it uploads a change to my server. This of course requires me to log in to my server and remove the corrupted calendar. Rainlendar has never had this problem since I bought it a year or so ago.

I am also willing to pay another 10 euros for an Android version because Rainlendar is the ONLY calendar will connect to my ftp server and offers a working version for all my operating systems (Windows and Linux).
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#18698
Re:Android app and widget 1 Year, 2 Months ago  
Yes an Android app would be awesome!
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Re:Android app and widget 7 Months ago  
I'm currently using a combination of a bat file to copy my Rainlendar ICS file to dropbox. I then use Dropsync on my Android tablet to move the file to a local folder. I then use ICSsync or Calendarsync whichever one I can get to get to work to parse the file and import it into the calendar. It works but is prone to failure and various glitches. I would, like everyone else, love it if you could develop an app for Android.

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