Google Launches Calendar for Mobile

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Google has launched a mobile version of its popular Calendar application. Here’s more from the Google Blog. The application is available at calendar.google.com.

This is part of a larger, holistic push in mobile for Google that includes voice search/directory assistance, WAP, applications and text messaging. Gmail is also available for mobile.

Google Calendar is also a local events database (which will become important on the phone), though not as fully developed in that regard as a true events database such as Zvents, Attendio or Eventful.

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One Response to “Google Launches Calendar for Mobile”

  1. Neal Says:

    There is a new calendar and contacts sharing software for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux / Unix users.
    ClearSync is the unique Internet-based service that enables groups of users to share and sync multiple calendars
    and contact lists, any time and from anywhere, between any combination of PCs and Palm OS smartphones and PDAs.
    Their website is http://www.clearsync.com and you can try their service free for 30 days.

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