Oct 05, 2017
1 min read
Calendar apps are ubiquitous. PCs, mobile phones, watches – calendars are everywhere. However, we have given an absolutely new meaning to the commonplace calendar apps on our mobile devices running Android with complete regional experience.
Reverie’s calendar app is built for all Indians, irrespective of their linguistic proficiency and cultural and religious affiliations. If you want to check the dates of Ratha Yatra in Jagannatha Puri while you are in Bengaluru, or the dates of Onam while you are in New Delhi, Reverie makes it easy for you. You don’t have to trouble friends or relatives back home or hassle with Google for the dates. Select the state, the language you want to view it and you have the list of holidays of that state in the language you prefer. You can also search holidays of three consecutive years; previous, current and next.
Reverie’s calendar app is based on lunar calendar. It allows access to holiday information corresponding to 29 Indian states and available in 11 Indian languages – Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Assamese, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia and Punjabi. This is as empowering as it can get in terms of localized personalization and flexibility.
When you tap on today’s date on Reverie’s calendar app, it shows time, temperature, localized holiday info and even Panchang data! You can also see the sun-rise and sun set time.
Gone are the days of meek civilizational submission. We believe in globalization along with the ability to ensure the observation of Indian cultural and civilizational identity. And this is where we endeavor to empower our users.
Reverie’s Indic calendar app is available for free on Google Store. It occupies only 1.34 MB on your mobile device with a pleasing user-interface. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and cherish the flavor of your soil and your roots.