If you are talking about iOS appointment, there is a issue for editing appointment. There is an option called "Time Zone Override" in iPhone Settings. If user turns on this option, the edit event page displays wrong time or date. Actually this option for iCal, not EverCal, but it affects iOS's native page views like edit event page.
That's way we don't allow user to modify the event in EverCal. At this moment, the only way to modify an event, open iCal and modify an event.
You can already share todos with EverCal.
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You can change the font size under the device settings area..
Go device settings>Display>Font size>Select Small or Tiny font so then the font size of the app will be change according to the system font size..
Could you explain more detail? I can not understand your requirement.
You can choose Sunday or Monday for start in Settings. Turn on "Monday Start" option for Monday.
If you touch the tile of month view, then can quickly move other months instead of flipping each month.
I am wondering why users want a yearly view. With yearly view, date is too small, so we can't display anything except for date.
What do you want to see with yearly view? If you explain your requirement more detail, it is helpful to use. Or could you attach a reference screen shot of other's application?
Which font do you mean? Event or todo in month view?
Why don't you use a double tap to enter a week view?
Why don't you categorize events? Make several calendars, like school, work, home. Set different color for each calendar. And choose calendar when you create new event.
Create four events, having repeat every 8 days. Then
First event will show 1, 9, 17...
Second, 2, 10, 18...
Third 3, 11, 19...
Fourth 4, 12, 20...
We have another free app in App Store. Give it a try. It is PhotoCal. http://itunes.apple.com/app/id663580432?mt=8
You can turn off the birthday calendar in Settings. AwesomeCalendar's Settings>Visible Calendar>Turn off "Birthday".
Set a recurring rule to event.
Why don't you use the google calendar?