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Shared Google Calendars not showing up on iPhone, iPad, and Mac? Here's the fix!

Having problems getting Google Calendars to show up in the Calendars app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac?

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Google overhauls the iOS Gmail app for the first time in nearly four years

The Gmail and Google Calendar apps for iPhone weren't that great before. Google's hoping a complete Gmail overhaul and some new Calendar features will change all that.

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Goals in Google Calendar will help find some time for yourself

Google Calendar's latest feature for those on mobile is Goals. This handy addition to the cloud-based service will automatically book time out of your day to achieve set goals. Should you want to learn a new language or get fit, Calendar will be able to work around meetings, scheduled events and more to ensure you stick to it.

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You'll be able to both view and complete your Reminders from Google Calendar

Starting this week, Google will begin adding Reminders to Google Calendar mobile apps, allowing you to easily see everything you have coming up. You'll also be able to mark the tasks as complete right from the calendar.

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Google Calendar snags week view, interactive notifications, and more

Google Calendar has picked up a pretty slick update that brings a 7-day week view, interactive notifications, and more.

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Google Calendar for iPhone review

Google Calendar for iPhone is off to a decent start, but it isn't pulling me away from Fantastical 2 any time soon.

Google Calendar has finally come to iPhone by way of a native app. And not only can it sync your Google calendars, it can also grab your local calendars, including iCloud and Exchange. Use Gmail? Google Calendar can even import events right from your email automagically. There's no denying Google's got some fancy tricks up its sleeve. That doesn't mean there isn't still work to be done.

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Google Calendar finally lands on the iPhone

Google has just announced that Google Calendar is finally available for download in the App Store.

While there are tons of calendar options available currently in the App Store, there are tons of users who have been patiently waiting for the official Google Calendar to finally be available. Like its Android counterpart, Google Calendar for iOS will allow events to be created right from Gmail, offers various assists to speed up the process of entering events, and has a great schedule view. The features aren't the only thing Google brought over from the Android version, they have also copied the Material Design language of the application over as well.

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Google's new Calendar app will make its way to iPhone eventually

Google's new Calendar app will be making its way to iPhone. Out today for devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop, the new app brings a new design and a number of useful new features to Google Calendar. This will also be Google's first dedicated app for Calendar for iOS devices.

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Sunrise Calendar: Interesting idea, deal-breaker implementation

Sunrise Calendar launched in the App Store this week to mixed buzz. It looks interesting but it only works with Google Calendar and requires -- requires -- you to login with Facebook before it will let you start using the app. That's an absolute show stopper for me. I don't need or want to login to a calendar app, and if I did, while Facebook would be a welcome option among many, I won't use any third-party app, not ever, where it's the only option. But that's not all...

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App for That: How to sync calendars across multiple iPads

There are hundreds of thousands of iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps for just about everything -- so how come the one you need, the one you know just has to be there, is so hard to find? Enter TiPb's new weekly feature where staff and readers alike sort through the App Store and help you find just the right App for That. This week, Kevin asks:

We are looking for an app that can be updated by several different users at the same time and display that updated schedule to everyone on their iPad. Let me give you the specifics to better explain what I am looking for.

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