DAVdroid – CalDAV/CardDAV Sync v0.6.5 DAVdroid is the only all-in-one synchronization solution for both contacts and calendars based on WebDAV (CardDAV and CalDAV).
DAVdroid is the only all-in-one synchronization solution for both contacts (CardDAV) and calendars (CalDAV). The app is easy to set up and integrates perfectly with your favorite calendar/contacts app (including default apps). It can also be used seperately, if you either have CalDAV or CardDAV.Compatible with most CalDAV/CardDAV servers and services, including OwnCloud, iCloud and OS X Server!After installing, you can add a DAVdroid account from within the app. See http://davdroid.bitfire.at/configuration for help.
/// KEY FEATURES
⊛ Use DAV calendars (CalDAV) and address-books (CardDAV) in a single app
⊛ Two-way synchronization (server ↔ client)
⊛ Native Android 4+ implementation
⊛ Flawless integration with your device and favorite apps
⊛ Easy setup (resource auto-detection)
⊛ Fast algorithms for high performance (CTag/ETag support)
⊛ Optimized for phones and tablets
⊛ DAVdroid JB Workaround verfügbar
⊛ … and finally – it’s open source!
Important compatibility notes
For all Android 4.1 and all Samsung users: There’s an Android bug that causes accounts to be lost after a device reboot. To avoid this issue, please install the free app “DAVdroid JB Workaround”. Samsung users: The problem doesn’t occur if you download DAVdroid using Samsung Store.
Why is it secure?
⊛ Version 0.6.5
⊛ disallow SSLv3 because it’s insecure nowadays⊛ additionally allow more secure ciphers
⊛ print TLS/cipher info in debug logs
⊛ always append trailing slashes to collection paths (fixes various problems)No need for giving your contacts/calendars to Facebook, Google, etc.
Use your own server (or a trusted one)!
⊛ SSL is recommended to protected your communication so synchronization
is secure even when using open Wi-Fi networks.
Galaxy S5 users: There are numerous reports that the Samsung Galaxy S5 (only affects Samsung original firmware) contact editor crashes when using it with third-party contacts providers (like DAVdroid or similar apps). Details and workarounds:http://davdroid.bitfire.at/faq/entry/ga … pp-crashes
There are issues with some HTC firmwares and contact synchronisation: http://davdroid.bitfire.at/faq/entry/ht … t-problems
If you’re using self-signed certificates, you might find our free and open-source app CAdroid useful to import your certificate.
Get the best out of this app …
⊛ … when using with your own DAV server (Radicale, DAViCal, SabreDAV, Baikal, …) and HTTPS – so you own and control all your data while having the comfort of synchronization between various devices. Or use a hosted DAV service you trust or the one of your company.
⊛ … and combine it with Evolution / Lightning / etc. on your laptop / PC
Why is it secure?]
⊛ Source code is available (see homepage)
⊛ No need for giving your contacts/calendars to Facebook, Google, etc. Use your own server (or a trusted one)!
⊛ SSL is recommended to protected your communication so synchronization is secure even when using open Wi-Fi networks.
Successfully tested with:
⊛ SOGo: Open Source Groupware
⊛ Mac OS X Server
⊛ Zimbra Server (Community Edition)
⊛ Apple’s Calendar and Contacts Server
Known problems with:
⊛ Synology (its CalDAV connection is incompatible).
/// WHAT’S NEW
⊛ disallow SSLv3 because it’s insecure nowadays⊛ additionally allow more secure ciphers.
⊛ print TLS/cipher info in debug logs.
⊛ always append trailing slashes to collection paths (fixes various problems)