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CalendarBar for Mac Updated with New Features

Clean Cut Code’s CalendarBar, a great menu bar app for OS X, lets you see events from iCal, Facebook and Google Calendar all inside one great looking app. We reviewed CalendarBar back in March and we really like it.
Today, Clean Cut Code has updated the app to version 1.1 with some very nice additions. iCal tasks/todos are now supported from the preferences pane and it now also supports Alfred / LaunchBar / QuickSilver quick launch applications. When CalendarBar is running, simply start typing “CalendarBar” into Alfred (LaunchBar or QuickSilver as well), and it forces the app to dropdown from the menu bar so you can access the app without using your mouse. (Thanks to Don Southard for helping us test multiple launch apps.)
The developers also added support for BusyCal and Google Calendar multiple sign-ins. You can now configure relative day formatting (today, tomorrow, etc) and make timed events not span multiple days. CalendarBar also received a new app icon along with some bug fixes. If you still haven’t picked up CalendarBar from the Mac App Store, maybe you should mark your calendar to do so. Check for updated via the Mac App Store or buy the app now for $2.99.