Invitation Processor

Invitation Processor


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.

Features

works with many mail apps
define an alarm to get rembered to an upcoming event recognizes duplicate entries
recognizes duplicate entries
supports recurring events.
processes attendee and organizer information
processes event updates and cancels
is completely free of ads
Invitation Processor Pro additionally

accepts or denies event requests per Mail
Permissions

To read and write calendar entries, we need:
android.permission.READ_CALENDAR
android.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR

To maintain an sqlite database for tracking update and cancel requests:
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE

As we do not need internet permissions, you can be sure that no information leaves your phone/tablet within Invitation Processor.

Troubleshooting

If you encounter problems, feel free to contact me.

Recent changes:
- removed ads. completely free of ads
- removed permissions, which were required for ads
- support for recurring events
- support for update of events
- new icon
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User ratings
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Installs
10,000+
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File size
127 kb
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About Invitation Processor
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.

Features

works with many mail apps
define an alarm to get rembered to an upcoming event recognizes duplicate entries
recognizes duplicate entries
supports recurring events.
processes attendee and organizer information
processes event updates and cancels
is completely free of ads
Invitation Processor Pro additionally

accepts or denies event requests per Mail
Permissions

To read and write calendar entries, we need:
android.permission.READ_CALENDAR
android.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR

To maintain an sqlite database for tracking update and cancel requests:
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE

As we do not need internet permissions, you can be sure that no information leaves your phone/tablet within Invitation Processor.

Troubleshooting

If you encounter problems, feel free to contact me.

Recent changes:
- removed ads. completely free of ads
- removed permissions, which were required for ads
- support for recurring events
- support for update of events
- new icon

User reviews of Invitation Processor
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
Feb 18, 2015
Converts time to 7 hour later
A Google User
Feb 1, 2015
ICS calendar importer Worked great!
A Google User
Jan 22, 2015
Does What It's Supposed To Why Google Calendar (or Today Calendar, for that matter) can't handle .ics files is beyond me, but this app takes care of that without getting in my way. Easy to use and works reliably, I highly recommend this app.
A Google User
Sep 22, 2014
Great No ads, no information leaks. Other apps should take notice.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Life saver
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