The most obvious way to sync data in iCal between Mac and Android may not be the easiest one, but quite possible: sync events from Mac to Google account and then from Google account to your Android.
However you may need to perform the direct synchronization and then you'll wonder how to sync iCal with Android without Google. SyncMate will help you! And this option is included in free version of the app.
Syncing Mac and Android directly with SyncMate
SyncMate is your ultimate helper in all sorts of synchronization including syncing data between Mac and Android device directly - no need to sync everything to Google storage first.
SyncMate can sync even more types of data, it can be contacts, music, videos or even whole folders with files.
Follow the steps below to sync iCal with Android without Google.
- Download SyncMate and install it on your Mac. Open the app - you'll see its main window.
- In its left pane click “Add new” and select Android option from the list; connect your device to your Mac.
- Click the "+" button in the top panel and in the plugins list choose Calendars and adjust sync settings as needed.
Free SyncMate will cover calendars and contacts synchronization, and if you are interested in more sync possibilities, like media files, folders with various files, consider upgrading to SyncMate Expert on official website of the app.
- Click “Sync” and SyncMate will update calendar events between your Mac and Android device.
Additionally to already mentioned Android devices, SyncMate syncs data on Mac with other Macs, iOS devices, mounted and MTP devices, Google, Dropbox and iCloud accounts, Windows services (Outlook, Office 365).
Find the full list of supported devices and sync options for each device here.
SyncMate requires OS X 10.10 and newer and is compatible with Android 4.x-9.x devices and iOS 5.x-12.x devices.
Version 7.4.452 (11th May, 2019) Release notes