Though it’s doubtful that many of you used it, the Sunrise calendar app was a solid and attractive calendar app for Android. Even better, it was simple and functional, and I’ve used it for a long time now. Unfortunately, it’s about to be shut down.
After the app was ... Read More »
For the folks out there that lead busy lives but still want to find the right time to reach their next goal, like biking, or running, or working out three times a week, Google Calendar is here to help out.
Google is officially launching “Goals” within its Calendar app. With it, Google Calendar users will ... Read More »
Google Calendar continues to add new features to its already lengthy list, and for those that use Reminders quite a bit and have wished they could do it all within the mobile Calendar app, the wait is almost over.
Beginning this week, Reminders will find their way into the mobile Google Calendar app, which will ... Read More »
Timeful is an iOS calendar app that tries to make creating your schedule easier. You can tell Timeful about things you need to do and it will move them around to build a schedule. It even supports repeat events, like if you tell it you need to exercise three times a week. It also allows you to ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of the release of Outlook, Microsoft’s rebranded version of the Acompli email app, the folks in Redmond have apparently snapped up another popular app.
Microsoft has acquired Sunrise Calendar for more than $100 ... Read More »
Google’s Takeout feature isn’t quite what it sounds like, but it’s still useful (albeit less delicious). This service allows you to download all your data from a specific Google service to keep for yourself. Google is now expanding this feature to Gmail and Google Calendar. The Calendar Takeout is available to users right now; Gmail ... Read More »
Android Police was handed a couple awesome screenshots over the weekend of some widget improvements rumored to be in the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich update. A few of the core Android system widgets (namely Gmail, Email and Calendar) are getting significantly redesigned widgets, inspired by those found in Honeycomb.
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