To remove a Hebcal calendar from your iPhone or iPad that was subscribed directly from the iOS device, follow these steps:
- Go to the Settings app, then touch Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
- Tap Subscribed Calendars:
- Tap the Hebcal calendar that you wish to remove from the list of subscribed calendars:
- Scroll to the bottom of the page, and tap Delete Account
- Tap Delete Account again to confirm.
See also: iCloud – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar
To remove an iCloud-managed Hebcal calendar from your iPhone or iPad, follow these three steps.
- Go to your Calendar app and tap Calendars at the bottom of the screen:
- If you subscribed via iCloud, you will you see it in the iCloud section like this:
- Tap the circled small ⓘ info icon next to the Hebcal calendar name
- Scroll down and tap Delete Calendar
- Tap Delete Calendar again when prompted “Are you sure you want to delete this calendar? All events associated with the calendar will also be deleted.”
See also: iPhone and iPad – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar (without iCloud)
To remove a Hebcal calendar from your iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to first determine if you subscribed via iCloud or whether you subscribed directly from your iOS device.
Here are specific instructions for each option.
To determine which option applies to you, first go to your Calendar app and tap Calendars at the bottom of the screen:
Subscribed via iCloud
If you subscribed via iCloud, you will you see it in the iCloud section like this:
Read iCloud – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar for further instructions.
Subscribed directly on iPhone or iPad
If you subscribed directly on your iOS device, you will see Hebcal in the Subscribed section like this:
Read iPhone and iPad – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar (without iCloud) for further instructions.
Due to popular demand, we’ve added support for Chanukah candle-lighting times.
If you specify a city for Shabbat and Yom Tov candle lighting times, you’ll see Chanukah candle lighting show up as a timed event. If you don’t enable candle-lighting times (and instead choose the generic Diaspora or Israel locations) you’ll see Chanukah events show up as all-day (untimed) events reminding you to light candles that evening.
Candle-lighting times should show up on all iCalendar feeds (Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, iPhone, etc) when the application refreshes Hebcal events. This could take up to a week for the refresh, depending on the app.
We’re pleased to offer Jewish holiday downloads for many Android devices through a two step process that sends Hebcal data first to Google Calendar, and then to your Android phone or tablet.
Note that Hebcal is not an app for Android (in the Google Play sense of apps that you install). Rather, Hebcal is a website that allows you to download/export calendar data to the calendar application that comes natively with your device.
1. Follow our Google Calendar Jewish holidays download instructions.
2. Go back to your Android device and enable synchronization to Google Calendar. Here are “Sync & display calendars” instructions for specific versions of Android:
Note that there appears to be a limitation in Android calendar where events more than one year in the future will NOT sync to your device. The events are visible on the Google Calendar on the Web but will not download to the device until the current date approaches more closely.
See these articles for more detail:
How do I sync Google Calendar events that occur more than one year in the future?
Android Bug #41281