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In my quest to searching for the perfect Google Calendar setup on iOS and OS X, I’ve already stopped by the gates of miCal , a full-featured calendar software for iPhone that could use some UI refinements, but allows you to swipe between lots of calendar views in seconds. miCal isn’t exactly elegant or “great-looking”, but it gets the job done. When I first asked on Twitter which was the “app to have” when it comes to calendars, practically everyone replied with one word: Calvetica . What’s the deal about Calvetica?
There's a new interface for Google Tasks, the experiment initially launched as part of Gmail Labs . Now you can view and edit your tasks on an iPhone by visiting http://mail.google.com/tasks/iphone (a shorter URL: gmail.com/tasks ). Google also launched an iGoogle gadget that provides similar functionality.
GTask GTask is a Mac application: Sync task between iCal and Google Task Auto-sync between iCal and Google Task Two-way or one-way sync between iCal and Google Task Run as Mac background app at top right menu bar
Click to view As of yesterday's announcement of CalDAV support in Google Calendar , you can now sync your Google Calendar with virtually any popular desktop calendar for free. Not only can you enjoy your favorite desktop calendar software and still get the benefit of the web interface, but you can also sync any desktop calendar with any other across platforms using GCal as a go-between. Let's take a comprehensive look at how to set up bidirectional syncing between Google Calendar and your favorite desktop calendar—from Outlook and iCal to Sunbird and Thunderbird—for free.
Sync Google Calendar with Apple's iCal
Install Google+ App on iPad or iPod Touch – Google has just officially launched Google+ iPhone app which is available freely from App Store.