My success story for pictures, calendar, contacts and email sync
jethro.carr at jethrocarr.com
Sat Oct 5 21:34:40 UTC 2013
On Sat, 2013-10-05 at 23:13 +0200, Paul Kocialkowski wrote:
> > So far I haven't found free open source CardDav/Caldav clients that
> > worked in Android - not even paid ones were without important bugs.
> Then I don't understand: how is that a success story? There is a
> caldav client in F-Droid that nearly works well, but no carddav AFAIK.
I've been using aCal for some time (http://acal.me/wiki/Main_Page) which
is a GPLv3 licensed application.
It's written by the author of DaviCal (http://www.davical.org/) and does
a pretty good job of CalDav calendaring. It's not perfect - lacks a
couple of features and the UI is sometimes a bit questionable, but
generally it's good enough for my day-to-day usage.
It does also do CardDav, but only a one-way sync, with the Android
device only having a read-only view.
Personally having integration into the stock calender application would
be nice, but I'll settle for add-on applications, if it makes it faster
to get to a free software client & server-side contacts and calendering
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