Invitation Processor Free

Invitation Processor Free


Do you always wonder how to write iCalendar files attached to event invitation mails to your device calendar?

From your email app or file manager send the iCalendar (e.g. .iCal .ics, .vcs) attachments to Invitation Processor. It imports the information contained in these files and exports them to a selected device calendar.

- works with K-9, Kaiten, Google Mail, HTC and Samsung Stock Mail Apps and others
- define an alarm to get rembered to an upcoming event recognizes duplicate entries
- already supports Androids new Calendar API defined in version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

This is the FREE VERSION with Ads If you like the App, please consider to buy the full version to support us in development.
Fetures of the full version:
- Ad-Free
- support for recurring events
- support for event updates and cancels

If you encounter problems, please contact us first instead of giving this app a low rating. We are encouraged to solve every problem in our apps. But sometimes sending a crash report and/or leaving a low rating, does not give us enough information about the error. Sending us the problematic .ics file with some information is much better. Thanks!

For more information visit also our site: http://www.ex-frontier.com

Recent changes:
Fix problem with Android 2.2 incompatible method String.isEmpty()

Added read permission for storage. This is necessary for files passed by
some mail apps and file explorers like:
- Samsung Apps on Galaxy S4 with Android 4.2.2
- Cloudmagic app
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About Invitation Processor Free
Do you always wonder how to write iCalendar files attached to event invitation mails to your device calendar?

From your email app or file manager send the iCalendar (e.g. .iCal .ics, .vcs) attachments to Invitation Processor. It imports the information contained in these files and exports them to a selected device calendar.

- works with K-9, Kaiten, Google Mail, HTC and Samsung Stock Mail Apps and others
- define an alarm to get rembered to an upcoming event recognizes duplicate entries
- already supports Androids new Calendar API defined in version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

This is the FREE VERSION with Ads If you like the App, please consider to buy the full version to support us in development.
Fetures of the full version:
- Ad-Free
- support for recurring events
- support for event updates and cancels

If you encounter problems, please contact us first instead of giving this app a low rating. We are encouraged to solve every problem in our apps. But sometimes sending a crash report and/or leaving a low rating, does not give us enough information about the error. Sending us the problematic .ics file with some information is much better. Thanks!

For more information visit also our site: http://www.ex-frontier.com

Recent changes:
Fix problem with Android 2.2 incompatible method String.isEmpty()

Added read permission for storage. This is necessary for files passed by
some mail apps and file explorers like:
- Samsung Apps on Galaxy S4 with Android 4.2.2
- Cloudmagic app
User reviews of Invitation Processor Free
Copied my feedback from my XDA response about my ICS tests of fixes: ... but you have no contact details at the market page (http://www.appbrain.com/app/invitati...tionproc.trial etc), or in app. That is normally enough for me to uninstall and look for another app. Anyway your fix worked but: 1. It should remember my choice of calendar as default for next time 2. It doesn't handle repeating appointments (creates first occurance). 3. Importing the same appointment twice (accidently) creates a duplicate rather than your app detecting the issue.
Dec 30, 2011
i wish this worked with my galaxy nexus. everytime i open the file with the app it says stopped working and closes when i hit the add event button.
Dec 24, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Great tool I was unable to direct invitations to any of my own calendars aside from the on-board device calendar, which is not helpful at all since it does not synchronize with anything else. The fact that you can designate this app as a default to process all invitations when you open them is key
A Google User
Jul 16, 2014
Adds ads to my calendar - absolute no go
A Google User
Jun 12, 2014
Small, simple, effective Just started using it on nexus 5. Works like a charm
A Google User
Jan 16, 2014
Would be nice if the app would import the event automatically would be nice that the app would import the event automatically without first opening the app itself. Works good for the rest on Nexus4 & 7
A Google User
Jan 15, 2014
Didn't read ics files correctly