Fantastical 2 is a popular calendar and reminder app developed by Flexibits and available for macOS and iOS platforms. This app provides 21-day free trial if you are interested in trying out, and it requires your Mac to run macOS El Capitan or later.
On 18th July the vendor announced the next major update of Fantastical 2.5, which brings a number of features as well as a host of bug fix and improvements. Fantastical 2.5 for Mac adds the integration with the even scheduling service Meetup.com, the ability to propose new times for events from the calendar app, and much more.
Here are some highlights added in version 2.5.1:
In Fantastical 2.5, you can add your Meetup account to the Preferences > Accounts, and then you can view and respond to your Meetup event directly from this app. If you want to propose a new time for an invitation, you can click the Propose button in the event and arrange a new time to the organizer. The organizer can choose to accept or decline the suggested changes directly if he or she also has a copy of Fantastical.
This update is free for existing Fantastical 2 users. New customers need to pay $49.99 for the Fantastical 2.5 app through the Mac App Store or from the Flexibits Store site. An iPhone version is available for $4.99, while the iPad version is priced at $9.99.
To install Fantastical 2.5 via Mac App Store, launch the App Store app on your Mac, type Fantastical in the search box, then click the button next to the Fantastical app icon, and complete the purchase to allow the installation. The older version of Fantastical will be updated to the latest version if you have installed this app.
If your Fantastical app is expired and you don’t want to renew your subscription, you may consider to uninstall Fantastical from your Mac. Related tutorial is listed here.