SEOUL, South Korea, Dec. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SolCalendar of Daum Communications, one of South Korea's largest portals, has successfully settled down, receiving praises from users around the world.
SolCalendar was launched in September in both Korean and English through 'Sol Studio at Daum'. It comes with simple but sophisticated design, convenient usability, features including weather information for upcoming 7days of the current location and event decoration using stickers, and some 30 different beautiful widgets. SolCalendar is automatically synced to user's smartphone without any separate settings. Furthermore, all other calendars which support the CalDAV protocol such as Apple's iCloud and Yahoo Calendar can be synced easily by just adding accounts.
Sol Studio at Daum believes what users want most from calendaring apps is providing both of simplicity and beauty at the same time from the design of the application and widgets. The Next Web (www.thenextweb.com) recognized the beautiful design of the SolCalendar and introduced it as one of the '30 of the most beautiful and well-designed Android apps'.
SolCalendar is getting enthusiastic feedbacks globally. Media and users from countries around the world voluntarily left reviews and these are being spread via SNS in diverse languages. There was a deluge of requests from European, Asian and South American users to add more languages, and some even translated into their own languages. Russian, Turkish, Spanish, French, German and Danish are the languages added by users translating. SolCalendar is now serviced in English, Korean, Chinese (simplified/traditional), Japanese, Spanish, French, Turkish, German, Danish, Italian, and Portuguese.
Other than languages, Sol Studio at Daum keeps on adding new functions based on user feedbacks. As a response for a lot of requests from European users, displaying events with the 24hours format is supported now and moving to other months in widgets which were mainly requested as well by users became possible. Detailed itineraries can be recorded repetitively better on bi-weekly, tri-weekly and any custom setting for repeating events and designed to designate the number of repetitions or time of expiration. Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese and Cantonese users can record repetitive itineraries based on the lunar calendar as well.
Considering the diverse service environment and cultural differences, Sol Studio at Daum will keep adding new languages and localized functions on SolCalendar.
SolCalendar is currently available at Google Play.
- SolCalendar -- http://calendar.sol.daum.net/calendar?lang=en
- SolMail -- http://mail.sol.daum.net/mail?lang=en
SOURCE Daum Communications