ICSSync is an Android app for syncing calendars between an Android device and an ICS file on a WebDAV server (plain WebDAV or SVN), FTP-server or stored in a file (e.g. your Dropbox-folder). ICS is the iCalendar file format, which is the de-facto standard for distributing digital calendar data. ICSSync provides manual and configurable auto-sync using a background service.
ICSSync is not an app with a user interface for your calendar entries (events). It will only provide a synchronisation service for your selected calendars, that are already existing. It does not handle other iCalendar entries than VEVENTS (read more in the FAQ).
- Android 2.2 - 2.3.x: stable, not continued
- Android 3.x: Currently unsupported
- Android 4.x: stable
- ICSSync: Get it from here: https:// market:// AndroidPIT AppBrain
- The main app. At first just install this!
- Offers 20 days trial period for testing purpose.
- Do not uninstall / remove this app if you decide to purchase the Unlocker!
- ICSSync Unlocker:
- At Google-Market: https:// market://
- At AndroidPIT: AndroidPIT
- This is just the app to unlock ICSSync through purchase and has no further functionalities or user-interface. Do not uninstall ICSSync before or after you purchased ICSSync Unlocker: You will loose any sync-functionality as well as your configuration and connection to the calendars you have synced before!
- After purchasing: ICSSync will unlock on the next sync-run or if your on the refresh button in the purchase activity. If you remove ICSSync Unlocker ICSSync will fall back to the testing-mode respectively expired-mode.
Features of ICSSync:
- Sync one or more ICS-files to your Android device.
- Handle each synced ICS-file as a separate calendar in your calendar app.
- Gets ICS-files from HTTP(S), FTP or from file-system.
- Synchronizes in both ways.
- Sync your calendars manually or automatically.
- Set up individual or global intervals for auto-sync.
- Set sync options depending on your network connection.
- Import e-mail attachments and local ics files to your Android calendar.
What do you need?
- An Android device with at least one calendar app.
- An icalendar file (at least one of the following options):
- On your file-system (e.g. on your sd-card in your Dropbox-folder).
- Webserver: Access to a WebDAV-server (plain WebDAV or SVN (Apache Subversion)). Valid Username / password of your account (not needed on public calendars).
- FTP-Server with access
- Optional: More devices (computer, tablet, phone, ...) with ICS-supported calendars you want to keep in sync.