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Official Google Blog: Calendar for mobile devices

Posted by telecommatt on May 29, 2007

Official Google Blog: Calendar for mobile devices

starting today, you can access your Google Calendar account from your cell phone!

This post from Google Blog just made my day!! I’m still catching up on news from over the long weekend, so I missed this when it was posted the other day. I started using Google Calendar for a number of reasons, but I still miss some of the features offered by 30 Boxes. I’m also constantly irritated that I can’t actually see my Google Calendar via my mobile phone. Especially after their mobile GMail application is so all-around slick! Finally, it looks like my wait is coming to an end! A web-based GMail page was the first incarnation of the mobile Gmail app, so maybe we’ll get to see a mobile calendar application from Google in the not-so-distant future…

8 Responses to “Official Google Blog: Calendar for mobile devices”

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