MALMO, SWEDEN--(Marketwired - September 12, 2016) - iPhone calendar app, Simpliday, continues its ramp-up following the discontinuation of the Sunrise calendar app on August 31st with today's announcement of its iPad app. The new iPad app expands user's usage of all Simpliday features to the iPhone, desktop and now -- the iPad.
"At Simpliday, we're all about simplicity and ease of use. We're happy to give our Apple users the option to use whichever device best fits their lifestyle or time of day," said Johan Gunnars, CEO & Co-Founder of Simpliday. "Be it from an iPhone while commuting, the desktop while working, or the iPad while lounging, the new iPad app makes it easy to update calendars, set reminders, or send invites and emails from whatever device they choose."
For users looking to replace their existing calendar app for a new one can now use Simpliday on multiple devices to combine meetings, reminders and email into one beautiful calendar app. With meetings and reminders side-by-side, users can easily drag-and-drop updates to their day, convert emails to reminders with a swipe, and share reminders and meetings including attachments with others. To visually appeal to one's day, picturesque invites can be sent right from the calendar and users can upload a personal image to their calendar's background.
Simpliday offers a free version and a paid version with premium features. To download Simpliday for iPad, visit Simpliday -- Meetings, Reminders & Email In One or learn more at www.simpliday.com. A demo video can be seen at https://vimeo.com/160755902/498ac49655.
Simpliday was started in 2014 in Sweden by co-founders Johan Gunnars and Sebastian Mutsson who saw a need for a more productive and attractive calendar than the iPhone's native iCalendar. Thus, Simpliday was born to bring busy individuals -- whether they be goal-chasing entrepreneurs, parents, students, grandparents, or anyone seeking a less stressful schedule -- a calendar app that helps them get things done with an app that is customizable and beautiful. Simpliday launched in the U.S. in 2016, seeking to change the world standard of a calendar with grey lists and grey backgrounds. For more information, visit www.simpliday.com.