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FileCalendar for iPhone and iPad will be offered for free for two weeks

03-31-2017 04:57 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Homburg & Schmidt UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

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FileCalendar will be available on the App Store free of charge for two weeks from April 1, 2017 in cooperation with the german computer science magazine Computer Bild. The app is a combination of file manager and calendar. FileCalendar stores files and contacts to appointments on iPhone or iPad. The app accesses the default calendar of the Apple devices. So you continue to use your default calendar and have all the necessary documents at hand for each appointment.

In FileCalendar, files are stored device-based to appointments. In order for the files to be used on other devices or exchanged with other people, an easy-to-use file sharing function was integrated. All files can be transferred individually or together to other devices as well as different apps (eg. cloud storage apps). It is also possible to post photos to well-known social networks as well as forwarding files via e-mail. In addition, files between the FileCalendar and the computer can be exchanged with AirDrop.

With the new-designed and completely revised version 1.6, the app has received new features. It has a built-in camera function and a file manager equipped with basic functions. The FileCalendar works with over 20 common file formats and unpacks zip files.

The app is ideal for everyone who wants to store files, mail attachments, and documents such as tickets or papers for meetings on iPhone or iPad. The integrated camera function can also be used for expert activities because movies and photos can be directly added to appointments on the respective device.

The App has been offered by a Wiesbaden-based company in the App Store since 2015 and is being continuously developed further. For the next release the provider plans to introduce a new note function.

FileCalendar is available for download on the following link:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/filecalendar-manage-calendar-events-add-files/id976927698?mt=8

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FileCalendar has been developed by Homburg & Schmidt UG (haftungsbeschränkt). The company was founded 2015 and is located in Wiesbaden (Germany).

Homburg & Schmidt UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Geisbergstr. 21
65193 Wiesbaden
Germany
armin.homburg@filecalendar.com
https://filecalendar.com

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