We’re joined today by Michael Simmons of Flexibits, maker of Fantastical. Michael talks to us about how he got into Mac and iOS development, the origins of Fantastical, and why Flexibits decided to take on Apple in the calendaring space. He also shares why Fantastical wasn’t available on Apple Watch on day one, the evolution of Fantastical on Mac, and why he’s not a proponent of Universal apps on iOS.
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