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Briefly: Sunrise Calendar update, DiRT Showdown Mac pre-order

updated 11:44 am EDT, Wed September 3, 2014

Sunrise Calendar adds push for Google Calendar, search function

Free calendaring app Sunrise Calendar has received an update, capable of syncing schedule information from Google Calendar, iCloud and Exchange. Featuring timezone support, background sync and Facebook date integration, Sunrise aims to function as a consolidated day planner. Sunrise Calendar v2.5 includes a new search function, allowing for past or future events search by title, location and attendees.

Its new Google Calendar push function means that any changes to one's events within Google Calendar will be pushed to Sunrise in real-time, upon enabling the feature. Lastly, Todoist integration is now available, allowing its to-do lists to be accessible within Sunrise. Free to download, Sunrise requires iOS 7.0 or later.

DiRT Showdown to be released for OS X, pre-order now available

Arcade racing game DiRT Showdown is soon to be available for OS X. Offering over 10 different event types, the game includes iconic race locations such as Miami, London, San Francisco, Tokyo and more. Gamers can show off automotive tricks and stunts in its freestyle arenas for automotive tricks and stunts, and race and stunt locations can occur under all weather conditions. This version of DiRT Showdown does not support Racenet. Available for pre-order for $20, DiRT Showdown for OSX will officially be available tomorrow.

by MacNN Staff



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