Mini Calendar

Mini Calendar for PC and Mac

Written by AntLogic

  • Category: Productivity
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.5.8
  • File size: 1.52 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.8
  • How it works | What is Mini Calendar?

Whatʹs Great

1. Mini Calendar is a lightweight application, which helps to access monthly calendar quickly and easily.

2. Hint: on macOS Sierra and up you can reorder items in menubar by dragging them with pressed Command key.

3. Also, you can enable an always-on-desktop calendar, which is shown above the wallpaper.

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Mini Calendar Features and Description

Key Features

Latest Version: 1.5.8

  • Licence: Free

  • What does Mini Calendar do? Mini Calendar is a lightweight application, which helps to access monthly calendar quickly and easily. Choose the most convenient way to open the calendar: — click on the menu bar icon, — click on the Dock icon, — via the configurable keyboard shortcut, — as the notification center widget. Also, you can enable an always-on-desktop calendar, which is shown above the wallpaper. Additional features: — Configurable menu bar item displays date, time, the day of the week or just an icon with the date — If the Dock icon is enabled, it always displays current date and month — Configurable global shortcut displays the popup calendar — Configurable color of the desktop calendar — Display sunrise and sundown times Hint: on PC Sierra and up you can reorder items in menubar by dragging them with pressed Command key.

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    Software Installation Requirements

    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)


    Mini Calendar - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims

    • By Autumn Ink

      Everything I was looking for

      After Widgets was terminated, I lost my easily accessible month-at-a-glance calendar. For some reason, Microsoft doesn't have a replacement for the widget calendar and there's no way to add a monthly calendar to the Today view in the notification center. I thought I'd make do without, but after swiping for it fruitlessly multiple times a day, I realized I desperately needed a replacement. A bit of hunting on the app store turned up Mini Calendar, and I couldn't be happier. It's far easier to navigate than the widget calendar; I can access it from the notification center with a single swipe; I can call up a floating calendar with hot keys or by clicking the icon in the menu bar (and then keep typing or scrolling while it floats as a reference); it opens in the background at login. It even displays week numbers and sunrise/sunset times, so I can check those easily without going elsewhere. Mini Calendar has everything I need plus convenient bonuses I didn't think to ask for, and I highly recommend it.

    • By uggghhhh12

      It's good but...

      It's a nice little app, the graphics are light and subtle which is nice, rather something bold a glaring. I like that it can be displayed on the desktop. One thing I would like that it doesn’t do, is to bring the desktop calendar to the front above other windows when it is clicked on or hovered over, as is it just sits on the background and I have to minimize other windows to see it. There is the option to keep it on top but that presents its own issues. Depending on where the calendar is placed on the screen, if it is always on top clicking on anything behind the calendar is impossible, and having to move it everytime you need to get to something behind the calendar can get annoying quick. Though I like it for its simplicity, ultimately it is a cute little digital replacement for a wall calendar, with additional options for time, with no functionality or intergration with the PC calendar app what so ever. Unfortunately, for me, as cute as it is and as much as I like its clean and subtle look and the fact that it is free is a big bonus, but its lack of intergration with the OS calendar app makes it impossible for me to choose it over the other app I already have for this purpose.

    • By TEKnight

      GREAT Replacement for my old and aging MenuCalendarClock

      Thanks so much for a VERY nice super simple Menu Calendar. I also love the few features that make it really practical, too (like the ability to jump forwards or backwards years or months at a time with having to hit Forward and Backward buttons like an Atari Game Console Fire button)! ;-) This is exactly what I was looking for to replace my old and aging, but beloved MenuCalendarClock from the old Objectpark folks (old 2012 app that had started to get slower and slower, spinning Beach Ball since El Capitan). :-) So now that the Sunrise and Sunset item is all super cool now with a regular 12 hour AM/PM clock… Now I’ve only got one thing I’d still love to see changed... A) This is purely a personal ticky tack thing…but it would nice if three (3) Options could be selected at the same time ‘Calendar Icon’, 'Digital Clock > Display Date and Time’ and also chehck the ’Show the day of the week'. So that the date would be in the cool lil’ ‘Calendar Icon’ like [9] Mon 1:09 PM Date. So again I realize a person could get pretty close if using a combination of System Preferences.. Date & Time and Mini Calendar, but the the “target / clickable’ area is a much smaller area than if Mini Calendar would display it all. Plus, really I do not need to see the Month. If that makes sense? Thanks so much again for a GREAT lil’ App!!!

    • By ganswole

      Simple, great, useful, but one bug / flaw :(

      I searched high and low for a calendar that would have quick access to allow me to see the month/weeks, since the default Windows calendar doesnt easily expand to show you the dates for the rest of the month. After installing and uninstalling a few, this one was by far the most intuitive and useful. But after a couple of days, the menubar icon disappears. It's still there, but it's invisible and only shows up if i click on the general area. This is not a function of the app, I'm sure. If i restart my brand new MBP, it appears normally. But generally after my computer goes to sleep, when it comes back on the calendar is gone. Even if it's just 5min of sleep. Only shows up again if i Quit or restart the laptop. I still love this calendar because even just click the icon on the Dock... pulls up a small calendar :) but the little bug would be a nice fix. That is the only reason i didnt give that full blown 5 star hitter. Adios!

    • By Fernau Family

      Simple but so important.

      Coming from Windows, the one thing that I missed was a popup minicalendar. I wouldn’t have thought it was a big deal, but there are just times you want to know what date a particular day falls on or vice-versa. For all of Window’s shortcomings, the little calendar widget was always there, and I didn’t realize how often I used it until it wasn’t there anymore. I couldn’t believe that OSX didn’t have one. I searched the app store and found this. It was exactly what the doctor ordered. My only issue with it was that the desktop calendar would randomly show up, and I would have to go into preferences and enable it and disable it to make it go away. The other day I noticed that there was an update, and it was to fix that very issue. So far it seems to be fixed. I couldn’t be happier with it.