Google Calendar App Now Available For iPhone
Late last year, Google released a new and better version of its Calendar app for Android devices. At the time, the company revealed its plans to bring the app to Apple’s iPhone as well.
Google is now here to deliver on its promise and has released its Calendar app of iPhone. The redesigned app supports all the basic and advanced features of its Android counterpart such events, scheduled view and assists. Events are linked with your Gmail account and can take emails from the service. These will then be turned into calendar items.
The Assists features on the other hand will suggest contacts, places while entries are being made in the calendar.
On the other hand, the Scheduled View feature is as simple as it gets. Calendar app shows every detail in a timeline like manner, it uses a “Meterial Design” and presents information in cards. The app works fine with a Gmail account, as well as an app’s accounts.
If you don’t have an account, visit the link to create one.
Google has provided a full-fledged app to its rival, an app that doesn’t prioritize Android over iOS. It is available to download from the App Store and clocks-in at 40MB. There are plenty of other alternatives but so far, this is the best one for iPhone in my opinion.
It’s nice to see companies developing apps for rivals. Also, it’s really beneficial from a business point of view as it gives an opportunity to attract rival’s fanbase. The only thing I really want from Google currently is to update their Gmail app on iPhone. The thing really needs some new features, don’t you think?
Hopefully, the company will take a look into that as well and provide us iPhone users a brand new Gmail app. For more on Google, stay tuned to TechFrag.
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