Since November we have been working hard, writing a CalDAV client for Android. This was functionally complete in late January and some people will have trialled the alpha version which was made available at that time. Subsequently we participated in testing the client at an interoperability event at CalConnect XX in Berkeley and it's now time to release it.
While there is still some distance to go, we feel this is a fully usable beta which can be used for many basic calendaring tasks on Android and which most importantly will synchronise with your remote CalDAV server. With Android growth overtaking all other smartphone brands, and still accelerating, we felt it was important that Android users should also be able to follow important emerging standards such as CalDAV.
The aCal CalDAV Client for Android is available in the Android Market for NZD$2.00, and will be released as free software under the GPLv3 later in March. This token charge for the application (less Google's 30% share) will help to enable Morphoss to continue to put development into free software such as aCal and DAViCal CalDAV & CardDAV Server.