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Hi everyone

I'm new to the forum, so my question's probably been asked a hundred times already. Is there a calendar/note app that can sync notes between iPhone & iPad?

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You can use the built-in calendar and notes apps and sync using iCloud

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Thanks Mr Plow
iCal isn't really formatted the I'd like or need. I just thought I'd see if anyone had any other suggestions that might be a bit more suitable. But I'm using iCal in the meantime I never know I might get used to it.

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Well that's a whole other question...... Without really knowing what what format you want or what your needs are it's hard to suggest alternatives

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I would like one that could be used more like a paper diary, I tend to write a lot of notes as well as the other stuff & I'd like to be able see my notes day week & monthly view without going into the event. There quite a few apps like this but i really need the notes to sync to my iPad
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I'm not quite sure about a paper diary equivalent but take a look at Awesome Calendar.

Along with iCloud syncing and the usual calendar event functionality it lets you add text and pictures into the calendar.

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Can you explain perhaps where Notes and iCal (and Reminders) aren't working for you?
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