SAN FRANCISCO -- BusyMac introduced BusyCal on Monday. BusyCal is a calendar application that shares calendars on local networks or over the Internet, and synchronizes with Google Calendar.
The application doesn't require a calendar server, lets users create to dos, supports recurring to dos, customized event colors, posting sticky notes on events, lets users view and edit shared calendar events, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. It also supports BusySync, allowing Google Calendar and iCal users to share and synchronize information.
BusyCal is priced at US$40 and will be available in the spring.