Berkeley, California June 3, 2014: Imaja announces today the release of CalReader 3, updated for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and iOS 7. The CalReader app features calendar time log export, time calculations, filtering, search, and readability. The new interface includes new iPad usability and redesigned icons and behavior for iOS 7.
CalReader supports sync with iOS and OS X Calendar app via iCloud and iTunes, as well as external CalDAV calendars such as Google and Yahoo calendars.
Main action views include Filter settings, Actions, Display, Calculations and Extras.
Calendar event listings can be exported by e-mail as attached TEXT, CSV (Comma-Separated Values) or TSV (Tab-Separated Values) files. Event listings include the duration for each event. The export text generated by the Copy Text With Calculations command includes a header with the selected calendar names, date range and optional search text.
CalReader features a display of all calendar event text, unique and fluid readability of calendar logs. The font size can be changed instantly with touch gestures for better readability or higher density. Fonts and font sizes can also be changed in the Settings view. Several color styles are available, using variations of the user's calendar colors.
Events within a 48 hour window of the current time are highlighted on the right edge with shades of blue for recent events and shades of orange for upcoming events.
CalReader's Filter lets users easily choose a date range to filter the visible events, and Previous, This and Next buttons provide quick selection of weeks or months. The filter can use a single calendar, multiple calendars or all calendars for viewing, and includes a text search, useful for creating event listings based on keywords, phrases, names, dates or times.
CalReader calculates total hours, number of events and total amount (based on your rate per hour), and minimum, maximum and average duration for your filter settings. Filtered calender listings can be easily copied with or without time/billing calculations for pasting into user reports or e-mails, or exported as CSV or TSV files.
Imaja's Greg Jalbert, the creator of CalReader, enthusiastically relates, “CalReader is now modernized for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and iOS 7, and is uniquely valuable for generating and exporting calculations and time logs, and for reviewing event details, locations and notes. The flexibility of calendar font, size and color styles provides optimal readability for studying calendar history for various projects, clients and keyword searches.”
CalReader 3 is $1.99 USD, available worldwide exclusively from Apple's iTunes App Store in the Productivity and Business categories.
iOS 6, iOS 7 or later. iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
Purchase and Download: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/calreader/id405583558?mt=8
Product Information page: http://www.imaja.com/calreader/
Detailed features page: http://www.imaja.com/calreader/features.html
iPhone web view: http://www.imaja.com/calreader/indexmobile.html
Press Release page: http://www.imaja.com/press/CalReader3PressRelease.html
CalReader on iPad screenshot : http://www.imaja.com/calreader/images/ipad30/CalReader30-iPadRet-23.56_2x.jpg
App Icon: http://www.imaja.com/calreader/images/icon-CalReader03-114_2x.png
Imaja, founded in 1985, publishes a variety of productivity, business, graphic design, music, and educational software for Mac OS X and iOS.
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