If the app had a numerical rating system so you could rate your last date, view trends, and have a Top 10 List of Best Dates, it would be worth more than the mere 99-cent price tag. Otherwise, it just calculates time between dates, and that’s the idea.
Wait. There’s More (no, not really)
On some Mac app reviews I have to work really hard to squeeze in all the usable features and benefits.
That’s not going to be a problem with Simple Date Calculator. What it does is in the name. It calculates dates.
What does that mean? Well, it’s simple.
If you want to know the number of days between two dates, just enter the Start date, then enter the End date, and select whether or not to include the End date in the total calculation.
It seems there’s a difference between dates between and dates between including the Start and End date.
Simple Date Calculator can handle Daylight Savings Time (based upon the time zone). There’s also an option to add or subtract days from a specific date. Enter the date. Enter the years, months, weeks, or days, and you get the date.
There are few converter apps that do exactly what Simple Date Calculator does. It’s priced right. It’s simple.