New Outlook support enables importing calendars and tasks directly from an Outlook .pst file.
The program can also sync tasks with Google Tasks, although this requires Duality’s HandySync for Google ($19.95).
An unusual UI “Zoom” feature enables increasing the size of dialog box text or its various controls.
An optional “enhanced pop-up information” displays more information about events in Calendar views.
Compatibility improvements include more reliable iCalendar support and HTML generation, and there’s the usual scattering of bug fixes.
Calendarscope is priced from $29.95, with a 30-day trial available.
Registered users who purchased a license before February 15th 2016 should have received an email explaining how they can upgrade to the new release with a 50% discount. If you think you quality and you’ve not been alerted, tell the company about it here.
Calendarscope 9.0 runs on Windows XP and later.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk
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