If you want to export your calendar events to an Excel file and edit them on your computer. If you want to share these events with your friends so that they could import them to their own calendar, then xCalendar may be right for you.
xCalendar exports all your events from your iPhone or iPad to an Excel file by email, USB, WiFi and Dropbox. You can then modify and maintain your schedule easily and conveniently on your computer using Excel, Numbers, OpenOffice or any other Excel-compatible application.
Importing your schedule is also an easy thing to do. You can import an Excel file to your iPhone or iPad by email, USB, WiFi and Dropbox. xCalendar can update the existing events and add new events during import.
xCalendar is available in the App Store.
1.Export calendar events in the iPhone built-in Calendar application via USB/WiFi/Email/Dropbox/OtherApp
xCalendar can export all iPhone calendar events to computer via Wi-Fi (like a HTTP server), You simply type an address(e.g. http://192.168.1.101:8080) into your computer web browser to download the export file.
If your iPhone can connect to the internet through Wi-Fi or 3G, You can send the export file as an attachment to anybody via email.
If you export calendar events via USB, the export file will be saved in the app's File Sharing folder. You must connect your iPhone to your computer via USB cable, access the File Sharing pane (where you can save the export file from your iPhone onto your computer) in iTunes.
You also can upload export files to Dropbox. The export files are physically stored in /apps/ExcelCalendar on Dropbox.
2.Import iPhone calendar events via USB/Wi-Fi/Email/Dropbox/OtherApp
xCalendar can import all except "Birthday" and "Subscribe" calendar events back to your iPhone via Wi-Fi(like a HTTP server). You simply type an address(e.g. http://192.168.1.101:8081) into your computer web browser to upload the import file.
If you import calendar events via USB, you must connect your iPhone to your computer via USB cable, access the File Sharing pane (where you can transfer the import file from your computer to your iPhone) in iTunes.
You can import contacts from the file on Dropbox. Your import file should be uploaded to /apps/ExcelCalendar on Dropbox.