This App shows the Holidays from 10 Countries, the German, Austria and Swizerland School-Holidays, Birthdays from Contacts, Moonphases and Zodiac Signs. You can send the data to yourself per email and add (iOS4 or higher) to the calendar or show it as additional .iCal-calendar.Why Online?- The data is always up-to-date, without updating the program itself.- New Countries can be added.- The data and functions are maintained and expanded by Pocketkai.- There is always data for the actual Year + 30 years available.- Theoretically the holidays can be calculated until Year 9999.Holidays: Countries: D-A-CH-US-FR-ES-CN-UK-PL-CZSchool-Holidays: only D-A-CH (actual year + 1 year, every actual)Birthdays: Sorted from contacts: all, +30 days and more from the contact note field*Moonphases: actual year + 10 years selectableZodia Signs: actual year + 30 years selectableBirthdays:Shows the birthdays from contacts as sorted list with name, birtdaydate, age, days until birthday. A special case are the birthdays from the note field. Save more birthdays in a contact note field in this format (#dd.MM.yyyy#Name#), e.g.:Additional the App show other birtdays of celebrated public characters on the actual day. But you can also choice the date and see it on your birthday.Use (e.g. Holidays):- When Holidays is displayed, select country and Year.- If wanted send selected holidays-data as .iCal to yourself per eMail.- If you want, then you can send this file also to your friends, assumed they agree.- Receive this mail with PC or Mac- transfer the data on the Mac into the Calendar.- On PC the data lands into Outlook- Synchronise your iPhone or iPod Touch with iTunes and you have the holidays-data in the Calendar of your device.- In the program you can navigate back with the button 'Back'.Hints:- OS 3.x: The .iCal-file cannot be oppened on iPhone or iPod Touch!- For that use a PC or Mac.- OS 4.x: You can open the .iCal file directly on the device and add to the calendar- All Contents can displayed only online.Universal App: for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.