A great design and ability to incorporate multiple data sources should be the bare minimum of what you expect from a calendar.
Ellie organizes your information one day at a time. Instead of maximizing information and details, Ellie provides context only when relevant.
Ellie takes the guesswork out of joining your next Zoom, Meet, or Teams call. If an event has a meeting link or phone number, Ellie will let you join right from your timeline.
Even the small things add up. When possible, Ellie creates one-tap actions from inside an event and brings it to your timeline to save a few taps.
At a glance see how long it takes to get to the next thing on your timeline. This could be walking to class, getting a taxi to the airport or driving a few hours.
Ellie will jump out on your timeline with hints on what to do when you have a few hours free. Ellie uses machine learning to find events such as tests and flights in your timeline to give you a heads up beforehand.
The number of things in a day isn't always the best metric for measuring busyness. The heatmap let's you see a bigger picture view of that. Ellie provides context based on the amount of time taken up in a day.
We left no stone unturned building dark mode. Every element has a carefully chosen color for the best viewing experience. We also added a switch to keep Dark Mode on all the time (mainly because we love it that much too).
Ellie knows you best when it has the best context of your day. For that reason, you can connect your Google, Microsoft, and iCloud calendars and tasks with Ellie Calendar.