In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about all the awesome things Google did this week, Age of Empires coming to Android, and more Android apps news!
Google is now pushing a significant update to its Calendar app, that adds the ability to select the precise location where an event or meeting will take place.
If you just recently converted from iPhone to Android, you’d not only want to transfer contacts from your iPhone to your Android phone or to transfer music from iTunes to Android. Both are doable,... of course. Like most of us busy bees who rely much on our calendar or planner apps, you’d most likely also want to move your iPhone calendar entries to your new and better phone (i.e., Android)? Tha...
For busy people, having the right calendar app can be essential. Which ones are the best? In this list we’ll talk about the best calendar apps for Android.
Cal calendar by Any.do is a beautiful calendar app for Android. In this review, we see if it works as well as it looks.
A new Google Calendar update rolled out over the weekend bringing bug fixes and other improvements, including the ability to reply to event invites directly from within the Gmail app.
Google has announced that it will let its users easily download Gmail and Google Calendar data. Read on for more details!
Any.DO’s Cal is now available for Android, bringing a better calendar experience with tight to-do list integration to all users. Read on for more!
Some users have experienced issues with Play Music Chromecasting, which has prompted Google to update the app. My own experiences until the update were negative, as Play Music would often refuse to play a song or “radio station”.
The Google Calendar app has recently received an update, which comes with a most welcome addition – color labels, as well as more event options. Find out more in the rest of the post.