Dato 5.2.9

Published: Apr 8, 2024

Dato gives you a local clock, date, and multiple world clocks in the menu bar. When you click Dato in the menu bar, you get a menu with a calendar, calendar events, and world clocks. All of this is highly customizable. Dato also comes with some macOS 11 widgets.
One-time purchase with free upgrades forever. Dato will never be subscription-based.

Dato supports all the locales and languages that macOS supports for the menu bar text, dates, times, and the calendar, but the menus and preferences are English-only.

Note to Chinese users: 该应用程序仅以英语提供,它将永远不支持农历。

On macOS 11, it’s no longer possible to completely hide the system menu bar clock. So Dato can only replace the date or you can make the system clock just be an analog clock icon.

Note: Some of the features in the screenshots are macOS 11-only features.

Your upcoming events at a glance

Customize how many events to show and for how many days
Supports HTML formatted notes
Quickly reveal the event in your default calendar app

Week numbers
Event indicators
Highlighting specific days of the week
World clocks

Shown in either the Dato menu or the menu bar
Custom names
Search 15k cities offline
And a lot more!

Supports all calendar services that macOS supports (iCloud, Google, Outlook, etc)
Custom format for the date & time in the menu bar
Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams integration (shows an icon on events and button to quickly join)
Many menu bar icons to choose from (for example, date in calendar like Itsycal)
Show seconds in the menu bar clock or in the menu
Global keyboard shortcut to open/close the app
Lots of in-app keyboard shortcuts for power users
Open calendar events from Google Calendar directly in Google Calendar on the web
Large text mode
Fully customizable
macOS 11-only features

Show the upcoming event in the menu bar (like Fantastical, Meeter, and MeetingBar)
Create events (even with a global keyboard shortcut)
Widgets: Date & time and calendar
Join the next meeting (Zoom/Meet/Teams) with a customizable global keyboard shortcut
macOS 10.15-only features

Today widget in the Notification Center for time zones
Custom color for the date & time menu bar item (macOS 11 broke this)
What’s New:

Version 5.2.0

The app now requires macOS 14. You can get the last macOS 13 compatible version from the app’s website.
Duplicate events are automatically filtered out.
Added the ability to run a shortcut from the Shortcuts app when joining a video call. This could be used to automate things (for example, turn on Do Not Disturb). See the “Extras” tab in the settings.

Title: Dato 5.2.9
Developer: Sindre Sorhus
Compatibility: macOS 13.3 or later
Language: English
Includes: K’ed by TNT
Size: 16.98 MB


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