AppoinTile for Windows Phone 8 updated and goes on sale in celebration


AppoinTile is a Windows Phone 8 calendar app that lets you replace the native Windows Phone calendar app tile with a customizable Live Tile. A tile that is designed to place more information on your daily agenda on your Start Screen.

AppoinTile was recently updated to version 2.2.2 that adds the customary performance tweaks as well as adding a search function and Facebook integration. The app has also gone on sale with the price dropping to $1.99.


AppoinTile still pulls appointments from your Windows Live calendar but with the update you can pull appointments in from your Facebook calendar.

The Facebook integration and search function adds a healthy list of existing features that includes appointment filtering, email integration, mapping, customizable front and back Live Tiles, late arrival messaging, and more.

If you want a little more meat on your calendar Live Tile, AppoinTile is worth checking out. There is an ad-supported, ten day trial version with the full version of AppoinTile running at the sale price of $1.99 (regularly $2.49).

AppoinTile is available for Windows Phone 8 devices and you can find it here in the Windows Phone Store.

QR: AppoinTile



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Nakazul says:

Swedish language support and i would try it. Looks nice thou.

AFuentesJr says:

This could use a scrollable monthly calendar, but other then that, it's great, love the live tile.

MadSci2 says:

Is there a reason it doesn't pull from an Exchange calendar?

InlineV says:

Looks great. Couldn't resist buying it for the enhanced functionality.

jabtano says:

Using this from day one love this app

Motor_Mouth says:

I've not used this app but I was using another one, Week View 8, until recently that was OK. Now I'm using Lock Manager, which shows up to 6 appointments on your lock screen, along with weather, battery percentage and up to three reminder notes that you set in the app. It's got a customisable live tile as well. It also has a few different options for your lockscreen image, including using Bing's image of the day. I really like it.

Neil Katz says:

Will it display To Do items too?