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New android App: the google Calendar

The Google Calendar app for Android has made its debut onto Google Play, and so far, it looks like a solid offering.

It will provide users with an easy-to-use platform for managing and sharing all of your calendars, including those associated with different Google accounts. The mobile functionality of this application is flawless due to Google and Android’s intrinsic link. If you update an appointment on this app, it will instantly reflect on your mobile device.


The app comes with the ability to snooze events directly from notifications and use predefined messages to send quick updates to even participants directly from notifications. You can also pinch to zoom in and out of days and set home time zones.

In addition, we also expanded the sync period so you can review past events from up to one year ago directly on your device,” says Google’s Michael Chan.

This app is now available to all, whatever your android device. The only thing is that you’ll need at least Android 4.0.3 or later.

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