Our Picks for Top 5 Windows 10 Calendar Apps

Windows 10 is a powerful operating system, and thanks to the Windows 10 Store you can download and install a wide selection of interesting, useful, and fun apps to use day-to-day.

One of the most sought-after kinds of apps are Calendar apps. These apps, as the name implies, help us manage our meetings, events, appointments, phone calls, and other useful reminders.

With so many options to choose form, it may feel daunting and overwhelming to try and figure out which calendar app is right for you. If you’re feeling stumped, keep reading to see our picks for top 5 Windows 10 Calendar Apps:


Default Windows 10 Mail & Calendar

Let’s start off with the default Mail & Calendar app which comes with Windows 10 by default. These two apps are packaged together, meaning that whenever you receive an email with a calendar event, your app will automatically update the Calendar portion and sync it with all of your Windows 10 devices.

You can also easily add Google accounts, other Microsoft accounts, and other email addresses with the Mail & Calendar app in order to sync all of your calendars and keep everything in one neat, tidy place.

If you don’t want to download any additional apps, or if you’re hard up for space and can’t spare the room for another app, then this stock app is your best bet.



miraCal is designed specifically for Windows 10 and is built for use with Google Calendar natively on Windows 10. This app connects to your Google account and allows you to create and manage events, view your calendar in a variety of Views, and more. misaCal is also available in “offline mode” which allows you to see, change, and move your calendar notifications and tasks while offline (the app will re-sync and update when you reconnect to wifi).


Power Planner

If you’re a student, or know a student who is struggling to keep track of everything on their to-do list, then this is the perfect app.

Power Planner is designed specifically for students, and can be used to track your classes, homework, and even assignment and test grades. It can also be integrated with the Outlook Calendar, and can sync across a variety of Windows and Android devices and platforms.

The app is available as a free version to start, but has some limitations unless you choose to upgrade to the paid version.


My Calendar

My Calendar is another “freemium” calendar app which comes with a limited free version that allows users to check the calendar on a day, week, or month view; manage calendar events; and separate sections to manage Birthdays, Tasks, and your Agenda, so that you can keep things separated from one another and easy to manage and organize.

The paid version has no ads (the free version has some ads), and allows for Task Management, additional Enhanced Calendars, and much more, and is well worth the investment.


One Calendar

One Calendar was originally launched as a native app for Windows 8, but has since been revamped for use with Windows 10, Windows 8 and 8.1, as well as Windows Phones.

One Calendar doesn’t just sync across your Windows devices; it can also sync your Google Calendar, Outlook, Office 365, and Exchange services, meaning that not only will your calendar be completely up-to-date, but it will contain all the necessary information that you could need from all of your important services.

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