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One of Rainlendar's strengths is its wide variety of skins
|Developer(s)||Kimmo Pekkola aka "Rainy"|
|Stable release||2.9 / August 12, 2011|
|Preview release||2.10 Beta 118 / May 20, 2012|
|Operating system||Mac OS X, Windows and Linux|
Rainlendar is characterized by very small space and memory requirements, stability, and an easily customizable user-interface (using skins). The calendar can be transparently placed on the desktop and can be managed using the Windows notification area. It has common functions such as task list and a reminder alarm. Different event types can be represented with different symbols. Calendars can also be imported or synchronized using common file formats such as Outlook and iCal files (using a plugin).
In addition to the stand-alone calendar program, a Rainlendar-server is available for Windows and Linux, which can synchronize distributed Rainlendar applications. The program can also be used as a LiteStep plugin.
Rainlendar is available as of 2009 in about 39 languages (via language packs), and thousands of individual skin designs.