Tag Archives: Calendar

Gmail Now Allows Adding Time References To Google Calendar

If you’re someone who gets a lot of emails with event details, this will be useful for you. Gmail finally integrated a feature where mentioned dates in an email can be clicked on and added to your Google Calendar. You won’t have to leave Gmail, just click on an underlined date and time and it’ll automatically create the event and allow you to edit it…. Read more

Agenda Calendar Updated With New Resizable Widget

Agenda Calendar is a calendar replacement for Android phones running Ice Cream Sandwich and above. What it excels at is simplicity and beauty, being fully holo styled and having all unnecessary features stripped out. It may not be the most fully featured calendar out there, but it’s minimalist nature is sure to please many. With the latest update,… Read more

CyanogenMod Adds “Chronus” Widget To New Nightlies

Chronus is a renamed version of “Lock Clock” from CyanogenMod. The name led people to assume it was limited to the lockscreen, but it also did just fine on your homescreen. The widget displays a clock along with weather and calendar events, all in one place. It is configurable in Settings and the settings apply to all the instances of the widget (both… Read more

Google Launches Stand-Alone Calendar App For Android 4.0.3+

Google has released a new, stand-alone calendar application for their Android smartphone platform. The calendar, previously available on select Android devices like the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus is now available for any Android device running Android 4.0.3 or above. Beyond supporting the basics such as creating, editing, deleting events and responding… Read more

Gmail gets a makeover

If you’ve been using Google+, you already know that the black bar now found at the top of most Google properties is designed to draw you back into the social service, whether by enticing you to go back to the Stream page or simply via clean notifications that you can interact with, in place. Those of you not using + are probably wondering what the heck… Read more