Newton Calendar

Newton Calendar

By CloudMagic, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-12-07
  • Current Version: 10.0.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 38.32 MB
  • Developer: CloudMagic, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 203 Ratings


Newton Calendar is a companion app to Newton Mail. Existing Newton Mail users will have all the calendar events synced automatically upon installing the app. No setup required. Works with Google and Exchange (EWS) Calendars. How Newton Calendar helps you be on top of your game: ● ‘Schedule View’ will help you plan better. Know about your upcoming events and free slots with a quick glance. ● Creating an event has never been this delightful. Just tap on the date, type the event name and hit ‘Done’. ● Say goodbye to long “sequential forms”. Add notes, location and other details with ease. ● Newton Calendar is indispensable when on the move. Notify the organizer when you’re running late or if you cannot make it, with just a tap. ● Reliable notifications ensure that you’re always on top of your game. ● Access multiple calendars in one place. Manage any number of Gmail, Google Apps and Exchange (EWS) calendars. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use: Feel free to reach out to us at or @newtonmailapp with feedback.




  • Glad Newton is back, but...

    By Lucas.scott
    Can we please get a watch complication? I'm a paid (again) subscriber of Newton and choose to stay within your family of apps, but using your new source of funds to further development of the calendar app (Mac support?) would be a great move for long-time supporters.
  • Are you really back?

    By AB262
    If yes, happy to see you again! Missed using Newton mail and calendar
  • Missing key features

    By Ancillas
    I know that desired features are subjective, but many key features are missing from this app. To me this is unacceptable when the app exists behind a subscription pay wall. The app has only one view, and it’s a schedule view. This view makes it really tough to see when you’re double booked or how much free time you have between events. The calendar indicators aren’t prominent enough. I’m talking about the colored dots that indicate to which calendar an event belongs. It’s hard to see, at a glance, when an event belongs to me or another team calendar that I monitor. The “notes” section truncated Google calendar invites that contain Meet or Hangout video conference details. The stock iOS calendar app includes them. The net effect is that I can’t join Google video conferences from this app. This is a significant hinderance. Finally, there’s no visual indicator to show where you are in your day chronologically. Just now I launched the app at 9:51 and it started in the morning of the current day. That’s annoying. All of these result in a huge miss for me and add to the growing list of Newton releases that add no value, in my opinion.
  • I don’t understand

    By Roofboard
    This app is made by newton! Why cant i send an email to my calendar?
  • Needs major work

    By landocarlesien
    This could be a great calendar app with some simple updates. The biggest is a smart date and location recognition feature. There are too many steps to entering a calendar event. Because of this and the constant app crashes, it gets 1 star. Just by adding the smart recognition, it would Boost this app to 4 stars. Really disappointed considering the Newton mail app is amazing. Looks like they put all of their time and resources into the mail app and not the calendar.
  • Crashes!

    By rebarber
    Calendar app crashes when hitting plus/add calendar event button. Thinking I’ll just use the standard IOS calendar. Disappointed
  • Solid Calendar App That Does The Basics Well

    By Handlygt
    I love that i don’t have to rely on fetch for my Google calendar updates. It’s a downside of many calendar apps on iOS that rely on system settings that no longer allow google push notifications, this app navigates around that problem beautifully. I’m also very fond of the UI! At first it struck me as simple, but the more I used it I realized it added a beauty and elegance to its design. The fully expanded widget is my favorite calendar widget I’ve used on iOS. I’ve seen some say they don’t like the icon because it doesn’t look like a calendar app. I think the newton mail app and the calendar app side by side complement each other and add a sense of continuity between them. It makes me happy that they are two separate apps so they can brighten up my home screen like that! There is always room for improvement in any app. The one thing I would suggest presently is the ability to set custom notification times within the app and not just from the drop down of preselected options. But overall keep up the great work!
  • Good potential, lacking execution

    By M.James
    Nice design, but lacking in execution. The colors of my calendars are nowhere near the same as they are on all of my other calendars. Just let the user set their own colors. Problem solved. Also, calendar invites in Newton do not seem to work and open up this calendar app anymore. More frequent updates might be nice. Also, it would be great if you let your users know what features you’re working on, what is planned, and what has been completed. We do pay for a subscription, so not keeping your users in the dark would be great!
  • Organizes calendars from different sources well

    By meltmade
    I have always struggled with managing different calendars from different clients and getting them all to show up in one place. This one does the job well and it looks nice too. Two things that would be major improvements for me would be full iOS integration and an Apple Watch complication. Right now I still have to use Outlook on my watch and I can't wait for the day that I can cut it out of my personal life forever.
  • It keep crashing on my iPad Pro

    By Todd50021
    The app works ok on my phone, but on when I open the calendar on my iPad Pro it crashes after a few seconds. I have updated to IOS 11.2.6. I love the email app and hope they can get the calendar up to the same standards we have come to expect.