Calendar, called iCal before the release of OS X Mountain Lion, is a personal calendar application made by Apple Inc. that runs on the OS X operating system. iCal was the first calendar application for OS X to offer support for multiple calendars and the ability to intermittently publish/subscribe to calendars on WebDAV servers.
Originally released as a free download for Mac OS X v10.2 on September 10, 2002, it was bundled with the operating system as iCal 1.5 with the release of Mac OS X v10.3. Version 2 of iCal was released as part of Mac OS X v10.4, Version 3 as part of Mac OS X v10.5, Version 4 as part of Mac OS X v10.6, Version 5 as part of Mac OS X v10.7, and Version 6 as part of OS X v10.8.
Apple licensed the iCal name from Brown Bear Software, who have used it for their iCal application since 1997. With the release of OS X v10.8 in July 2012, iCal is called Calendar, similar to the iOS version.
iCal development is quite different from other Apple software because it was designed independently by a small French team working "secretly" in Paris, led by Jean-Marie Hullot, a friend of Steve Jobs. iCal's development has since been transferred to Apple US headquarters in Cupertino.
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