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Vyte

Beautiful iPhone calendar app to schedule meetings 10x faster

Vyte

Beautiful iPhone calendar app to schedule meetings 10x faster

Vyte is the iPhone calendar app that actually helps you schedule meetings faster. You can suggest several times and places when you create an event and your invitees get to vote on them without having to sign up or download the app. Confirm the best date and place and everyone get the final invites in their calendar.

If your invitee has already signed up for Vyte, then you get to see her availability overlaid in your calendar as you suggest dates!

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Looks a lot like Sunrise (or Outlook Calendar after being acquired by Microsoft)... Was there some design inspiration there? I like the additional features and design over Sunrise and may switch when Sunrise officially gets turned off!
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@dnuzum Glad you like it. Yes we took inspiration from our favorite Calendar apps. Mainly Cal, Sunrise and Apple Calendar. The idea is not to differentiate on the calendar checking part, but to provide the best scheduling experience on mobile.
That includes being able to suggest several dates and places and having people vote on them before you confirm; and being able to see your invitees availability if they are already on the platform.
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i like the action button like at android
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@M3tthew Thanks. We actually also took inspiration from Android's Material Design
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I have never understood why the "dots-on-a-day" visual language became popular for month view.
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Hi @jasonology, thanks for the feedback.
I personally agree with you and don't find it that helpful because I have several items in my calendar for every single day of the year so a day view makes more sense to me.
However some of our very early testers were used to using a month view to see if they had something on a specific day or not. For their use case that dot is very useful and I feel like it doesn't disturb people like you and me.

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