Cross-Platform Compatibility with Sharing Events and Alerts.
Support for Cloud Storage with Modern and Sleek User Interface.
Lack of Integration.
Google Calendar is software which provides scheduling calendar and time management services to the users. It will allow you to set your complete schedule and follow it seamlessly. It was first released in the year 2006 as a beta version. As it clear from the name, this software is developed and distributed by Google. Although it comes to a pre-loaded software in most of the Android phones yet you can even access it through a web browser. So, it will enable you to use its services on your local desktop. All the settings and data will be synced with the help of your emails and synced across multiple devices. This enables you to use it from anywhere at any time. Moreover, there is a day planner included in the application. In this way, you will able to make the most out of the day by excellently planning it.
Along with the above features, Google Calendar offers cross-platform compatibility which means that the application is available for multiple platforms. Those platforms include:
There is also an “Events” features. It will add all your events from Gmail automatically or allows you to manually add it. So, you don’t forget anyone’s birthday. Also, different events can have several colours as per your choice. There is “Privacy Settings” for an individual event or the entire calendar. More importantly, all of the data on it is safely backed up. It won’t get lost in any case.