Oh, hallelujah — Google has finally released a version of Google Calendar that works on mobile phones! Shannon and I rely a lot on the online calendaring app, using it for everything from our own schedules to posting community and fundraising events for our Save Eastern Market website, and by far the #1 complaint I’ve had is that mobile access to the calendar has been damn near impossible to date. Now, though, I can both see my calendar and add events to it via the “Quick Add” functionality… looks like I’ll have to familiarize myself with the Quick Add syntax to get the most out of it. (And it’s sort of a bummer that there’s no ability to add an event to anything but the default calendar.)


Sigh. I’ve been waiting for this for so long, and now that the iPhone—the one compelling reason for me to switch back to iCal—is right around the corner, they grant my wish.

• Posted by: dansays [OpenID Commenter Profile] on May 25, 2007, 10:20 AM
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