Gmail and Calendar. In fact, they have announced the same feature for both services -- the ability to download your data. This option could be good if you are thinking of changing to a new service, however it should also be nice for those who simply want to keep a backup.
Google Calendar. From keeping appointments humming along to scheduling calls, Calendar can be a godsend — if you use it. Some don’t, and that has a lot to do with Google’s version being clunky and hard to manage. Rather than use it as your back end solution for your calendar needs, Google has brought new features to the forefront designed to keep you on track and focussed.
Google has been busy lately with different Calendar options across Android and our PCs. After finally bringing their Calender as a stand-alone app to the Play Store last year, it's seen several updates and improvements. As expected Google is continuing to improve the app, and today's update added something many will be happy to see.
Google Music, Chrome beta and stable, and now Google Calendar. We're getting some much needed features today that should help all those busy folks clean up their calendar and more. Read on for the changelog and additional details.
Google has introduced and integrated into Gmail. Sadly the new feature isn't on mobile, yet, but Gmail will now allow users to automatically add events and reminders to their calendar right from emails. Basically one click easy Google Calendar entries.
Agenda Calendar app launched for Android back in early-January after a long stretch of being available only for iOS devices. The app launched with a price tag of $1.99 and with support for devices running Android 4.0 or later for use. Given I had in the past flirted with an iPad and had been familiar with Agenda, I quickly spent the two bucks and had it running on my Galaxy S III.
stand-alone app back in October, and well, it looks like Google has just released an update. And nicely done, this one adds some worthwhile functionality. Unfortunately though, not all issues have been addressed and there is still the warning for those with an HTC device.