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Almost any calendar application works

Almost all applications work fine. In order to use WebCal.fi calendars, your calendar application must

  • support iCalendar (.ics) files
  • download them automatically

If you don't know if your app/device is supported just try to subscribe and see if it works.

The list below contains only applications which have been tested to work or not to work. There are lots of calendar applications outside the list which work just fine.

If you use an application not on the list, please send feedback to [email protected] on whether or not it works with WebCal.

Tested applications and platforms
Mac
Apple Calendar (iCal) Ok Works If you're using OSX 10.7 Lion or older, make sure to set auto-refresh to 'Every week'.
BusyCal Ok Works
Microsoft Outlook Warning Works with tweaks Outlook does not support Web calendars directly. However, one can make a subscription via Outlook Web Access. Outlook will then sync this calendar automatically.
Mozilla Sunbird Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Thunderbird Lightning Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Windows
Lotus Notes Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Microsoft Outlook Ok Works Outlook 2003 requires plugins. Newer versions work without modifications.
Microsoft Works Does not work Does not work MS Works 9 supports iCalendar file format, but does not download them from the web.
Mozilla Sunbird Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Novell Groupwise Ok Works Tested with version 8.x.
Rainlendar Pro Ok Works Railendar Lite does not support web calendars. If the subscriptions do not work in the Pro version, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Thunderbird Lightning Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
VueMinder Ok Works Supports webcals fully since version 8.1.
Windows Calendar Ok Works
Linux
Claws Mail Ok Works Requires vCalendar plugin.
Evolution Ok Works
Mozilla Sunbird Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Thunderbird Lightning Ok Works If the subscriptions do not work, change webcal:// to http:// in the beginning of the subscription address.
Web
Google Calendar Ok Works You must manually copy the calendar address from the address list to Google Calendar. There is also a subscription button in the calendar address list.
Outlook.com calendar Ok Works You must manually copy the calendar address from the address list to Outlook.com calendar.
Mobile devices
Android phones Warning Works with tweaks Use the free app ICSdroid to handle calendar subscriptions.
Apple iPad Ok Works Works both by direct subscription to the device or by subscribing with a Mac and syncing via iCloud.
Apple iPhone Ok Works Works both by direct subscription to the device or by subscribing with a Mac and syncing via iCloud.
Apple iPod Touch Ok Works Works both by direct subscription to the device or by subscribing with a Mac and syncing via iCloud.
Blackberry Ok Works Since 10.2 Blackberry phones support webcals. With earlier versions, toy need to subscribe the calendars to Google Calendar and then synchronizecalendars to your Blackberry with Google Sync.
BusyCal Ok Works
Nokia phones (pre-Lumia) Warning Works with tweaks Use WebCal.fi calendars by subscribing them to a calendar application and then synchronizing them with Nokia PC Suite. Or, you can subscribe the calendars to GoogleCalendar ja synchrionize them to the phone with Goosync.
Windows Phone Warning Works with tweaks Probably the easiest method is to subscribe the calendar to Windows Live (Hotmail) and then sync it to your device. If you use Google Calendar, you can try subscribing the calendars there syncing with Google Sync.