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iOS calendar add birthdays but no anniversary. How can I add them from the contacts to the calendar?

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You can add an anniversary field in Contacts/Preferences/Templates with the pull down by choosing "Dates" but alas, it does not show up in the Calendar. No doubt that will come in some future version of Calendar. I thought I found the answer... at least we can put anniversary dates in Contacts and wait for the day Calendar inherits that field. – Richard Oct 16 '12 at 13:08

Not directly through the iPhone, but, BirthDayScanner does exactly that.

It scans the Address Book for all dates. Then presents them to you, to choose and edit, or play around, and then generates events directly in iCal which can be synced with the iPhone.

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There is something like this for windows? – Andrea Oct 16 '12 at 17:05

Another work around would be to add a contact, called for exemple Wedding Me and My Wife and add a birthday to it. So it will show like a birthday in the calendar but you'll not it's an anniversary.

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free tool to remeber anniversaries..

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/anniversary-reminder/id614159715?mt=8

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Can you please add some details about the app and why you are recommending it? – patrix Nov 1 '13 at 9:57

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