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Tempo Smart Calendar

Tempo Smart Calendar looks and feels like it belongs on your iPhone. Its contextual email updates put it in a class by itself.

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A little setup time

Setting up your Tempo account does take a few minutes in order to get the most out of the app. Connect any and all supported accounts, so long as you feel comfortable, of course.

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Settings

In the settings section of the app you can find a list of supported accounts, as well as links to preferences and other customization options.

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Preferences

In preferences (not to be confused with settings), you can tailor how the app interacts with outside apps, customize your running-late messages, and more.

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Agenda view

Above is the default agenda view. A photo at the top is curated based on your current location. Swiping down on the photo reveals a month view.

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Alternative views

Instead of limiting you to only one view, or a hybrid calendar view, Tempo has a total of five available views for you to use.

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Natural language

The ability to enter a calendar appointment without having to tap and peck through entry fields and switches is a life-changing feature. And Tempo just enabled it in its latest update, along with natural language input.

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Event view

When viewing a calendar entry, you can view all important information at a glance. Tapping on the email and docs button will reveal any important information pertaining to the event.

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