Google Calendar Android App Suggests Locations For Events

By: Chris Crum - December 14, 2012

Google has launched an update to the Google Calendar app for Android. New features include: the ability to call and go to a map directly from notifications, location suggestion on even creation and quick event creation from month view.

The app can be found in the Google Play Store.

The app requires Android 4.0.3 or higher. It has been reviewed rated 10,163 times, with 6,114 5-star ratings. The average rating is 4.2.

People planning events with Google products may like to know that Google added some new Events-related features in its Google+ Android app. For example, users can send messages to specific guests and see who has opened the invitations. Users can also invite people through Google+ or by copying the URL of the event into an email or IM, and guests can RSVP with the number of people they’re bringing. In addition to that, Google has added a new event duplication feature, in case you want to do the same thing multiple times. It will automatically add the details, so you don’t have to set them up every time.

[via Cult of Android]
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