Google Calendar on Android is finally accessible to all

Google Calendar application for Android has recently become available on the official Google Play. This essential application previously only available on certain devices such as the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus. Everyone, or almost, should be able to install and use right now.

Starting today, all devices that ship with Android 4.0.3 minimum, one of the last updates to Ice Cream Sandwich, may install and use the Google Calendar application. However, it is unfortunate that the older versions of the mobile system, such as Froyo and Gingerbread versions are still widespread, can not enjoy at all ...

The search giant also take this update to improve its application and again. Indeed, it is now possible to repeat an event reminder directly from the notification, send predefined or custom messages ("I'll be late") to all participants of the event since the notification but not only. But we must also note the appearance of the pinch to zoom function on the calendars (handy to see the details of events) and the ability to set a time zone.

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