Ink Calendar | Plan and organize your calendar with your pen


I’m the developer of Ink Calendar and I just pushed a big update over the weekend. I was looking for a calendar app on Windows where I could draw on the days like a paper calendar. When I couldn’t find one I decided to make one myself!

Ink Calendar is great for small notes, drawings, and planning. I just connected to the Windows 10 calendar data so your events can be displayed while you ink over or around them.

Let me know what you think! I am a new developer and will continue to add more features. If you have any suggestions I’d love to hear them!

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Comments (5)

5 responses to “Ink Calendar | Plan and organize your calendar with your pen”

  1. Orin

    Neat concept! Thanks for sharing. I looked at one of the reviews and your website but can't find the answer to this question. Does the calendar sync across devices?

    • TheJoeFin

      In reply to Orin:

      Thanks for checking it out! There is currently no syncing across devices. It is something I want to add, but because it would be a cloud service it would be an ongoing expense. I'm still trying to figure out the best way to do that.

      Also I've been focusing on adding calendar integration and ink recognition for adding events. Other things I'll probably work on before syncing: week view and ink layers. If there are any other features you'd be interested in let me know.

      • Orin

        In reply to TheJoeFin:

        Any chance of being able to sync through OneDrive? By that I mean instead of paying for a cloud service.

        As for feature additions, none that I can think of for now.

        When inexpensive tablets with active pens become a thing (sub $100) I can see myself mounting one on the refrigerator to use with this app.

        • TheJoeFin

          In reply to Orin:

          There are a few options I've thought about looking into. One is syncing via OneDrive. The only tricky thing with that is if you switch devices too quickly the files get overwritten. I have thought about putting a "beta sync" switch which would enable some syncing but wouldn't be super fast/reliable.

          I'm also a pretty new dev, so I'm learning a lot as I go. If you (or anyone reading this) know of a quick/easy way to enable cross-device syncing I'd be happy to work together.

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