CalenGoo’s year view is by default turned off on the iPhone and iPod touch and turned on on the iPad. You can configure it under “Settings”, “Display and Use”, “Year view”:
In the following you can see different examples how it can look like. The red border marks the current day. By tapping a day you can select it, it will be marked with a blue border. You can create new events for that marked day by tapping the “+” button. Or you can switch to one of the other calendar views to see that day in the other calendar view.
By double tapping a month, that month is opened in CalenGoo’s month view.
You can select which calendars should be displayed in the year view (under “Settings”, “Display and Use”, “Year view”, “Calendars”). If a calendar has an all-day event (or any events at all if “Show non all-day events is turned on”) for a given day, it is marked with the calendar’s color in the year view.
The year view is vertically scrollable to see past and future months.
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And here is an example how it looks on the iPad: