Dang. I just switched from all Gcal to using apples stock calendar app. Now I gotta go back.
You're in luck, it appears to work with icloud & exchange as well as gcal.
I used the app a little but, but I don't really feel comfortable with it, I can't quite put my finger on why.
Worth switching from Sunrise I reckon?
Here's the intro video:
I've said this once before: it's astonishing that I still have no clue what it really is capable of. I mean, I saw the video but it was so damn fast with "this and that" and all the other stuff in the background, the only thing that I recall is the feature to invite multiple people to an event. It was probably the only thing that was on screen for more than 1 second.
The video might be shot pretty great, may use pretty graphics and animation, but if I can't tell a single thing about the product after I watched a video about it, that is disturbing.
But maybe that is just me and everyone else gets the concepts in these videos. Or maybe they are just eye candy and are not for gathering the slightest amount of information.
I completely agree. So I thiught I'd download it and try it myself. Even after downloading, I still don't quite get it. I find myself overwhelmed by the UI.
Maybe I'm missing something, but this feels like a major hole: adding people in a new event does not automatically invite them
I was really confused when this showed up, it feels like adding an option to auto-invite would take this to the next step for power users.
Excellent! I've been waiting ever since they released their material design update for android.
I really wish they could use the same app icon date thing where the current date is reflected in the icon that the apple calendar app has :/
So stoked for this. GCal was the one app I missed most coming back to iOS from Android.
Awesome, I use a Nexus on and off for work and I really enjoyed this app on Android. This and Inbox are great for personal accounts (I'm sure we'll hear a lot of complaining from "calendar power users").
This app is pretty, but it can't even tell me what the date is before I open the app.
Some quick Googling shows that Apple has not enabled this functionality for third parties.
Calendars 5 does this.
"Google Cal…" The app name is truncated on the springboard. Weak.