UpTo, the social calendar app for iOS has been fully redesigned and relaunched today to include a layered calendar view and more granular sharing options.
While we previously called out the potential of this calendar app back in 2012, it seems the company wasn’t quite happy with the overall look and feel as time progressed. As a result, today’s update (version 3.0) puts a far sleeker, minimal design front-and-center, but keeps the social elements in the background for when you need them.
Currently available only for iOS devices, the app includes an overview of a user’s own meetings as the primary UI, but keeps access to other people’s connected calendars just a swipe away. Calendars can also now be configured to nest information for things like your favorite sports teams, TV shows, local concerts and more, too.
UpTo also allows users to connect with friends to share event details on a case-by-case basis, rather than requiring a whole calendar to be shared. Naturally, it also offers two-way sync with existing Google, iCloud, Exchange, Facebook or any other calendar that syncs with your phone.
Although it’s still iOS only for now, the company confirmed that an Android version is in the works and would be ready in the next few weeks.
➤ UpTo [App Store]