GNOME Calendar

GNOME Calendar

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Calendar for GNOME

GNOME Calendar is a simple and beautiful calendar application designed to perfectly fit the GNOME desktop. By reusing the components which the GNOME desktop is build on, Calendar nicely integrates with the GNOME ecosystem.

We aim to find the perfect balance between nicely crafted features and user-centred usability. No excess, no lacks. You’ll feel comfortable using Calendar, like you’ve been using it for ages!

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Last updated
24 January 2020

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Ubuntu 18.04
Ubuntu 19.10
Ubuntu 16.04
Ubuntu 19.04
Ubuntu 20.04
Linux Mint 19.3
Zorin OS 15
Ubuntu 18.10
elementary OS 5.1.2
Zorin OS 12
CentOS 7
Linux Mint 18.3
KDE Neon 18.04
Ubuntu 17.10
Debian 10
Kali Linux 2020.1
Linux Mint 19.1

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