MacAppStuff When lets you keep a list of events and shows you when they are due, or in the case of past events when they occurred. When you start the app it can alert you of events due within a specified number of days. You can configure the app to start when your Mac starts, and it resides in the dock. You can also make the app's window hide on start up (just click it's dock icon to show it again). Furthermore, the number of events due within a specified number of days can be shown as a badge on the app's dock icon. Events consist of a date, description, some notes, a category and the number of days you would like to be alerted prior to the event occurring. In the list, events can be filtered by category using the popup menu at the top left of the screen, and similarly filtered by using the search box (top right). When using this search box, the description and notes field are used in the search. Furthermore, you can display future or past events only using the popup menu at the bottom right of the screen. When you close the app by clicking on the red icon (top left of window) the app doesn't really quit, it hides in its dock icon. Show the app again by clicking on the dock icon. This feature allows you to start the app when your Mac starts by hide it away in the dock.
14 days, the word TRIAL is appended to events.