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  • Google's New Calendar Application for iOS Released to the App Store

    In the middle of January, it was revealed by way of leaked screenshots that Google had the intention of releasing a Calendar application for the iOS platform, and those rumors have been confirmed Tuesday with the launch of the all-new free Google Calendar application for iOS.

    Google Calendar for iOS is available right now in the iOS App Store and works seamlessly with your Google Account to bring items in your Email right to the Calendar and more:

    Quote Originally Posted by App Store
    Get the official Google Calendar app for your iPhone to save time and make the most of every day.
    ● A new Schedule View - See your schedule at a glance with photos and maps of the places you’re going.
    ● Events from Gmail - Flight, hotel, concert, restaurant reservations and more are added to your calendar automatically.
    ● Assists to fill in your calendar - You can quickly create events with smart suggestions for event titles, places and people.
    ● Different ways to view your calendar - Speedily switch between viewing a single day to getting an overview of multiple days at once.
    ● All your calendars in one, easy place - Google Calendar works with all calendars on your phone, including Exchange and iCloud.
    You can watch Google's introduction video for Google Calendar below:

    For more information on the application, you can read Google's official blog statement at this link. If you want to try Google Calendar, you can download it for free from the App Store here.

    Sources: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Google's New Calendar Application for iOS Released to the App Store started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. eprisencc's Avatar
      eprisencc -
      No 7 day view and no way to duplicate events.

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    1. csglinux's Avatar
      csglinux -
      The month view is a bit disappointing too. Fantastical (and even Apple's calendar app) uses little dots to show items scheduled on individual days. Would be nice to have that here too, Google?