Google Calendar da el salto y llega por fin al iPad con app propia
In 2015 Google launched its own calendar app for iOS. With this app they were looking for another way to establish their ecosystem in Apple’s own, and Google Calendar quickly gained followers, who saw a clear alternative to the often limited iOS application. The app has been updated, and now finally has a key feature: the widget.
While it is true that you can create app widgets in iOS for three years, Google has only now decided to implement it . In fact, let’s remember that Google Calendar for iPad arrived in March, so it seems that it is not a priority development for developers.
The new widget allows us to see at a glance what the next two events are that we have on our calendar. To do this, simply go to the Today section or use the 3D Touch on the app icon on supported devices. In the Today section we can expand this widget to see a total of six events.
Google Calendar has the advantage of offering a clean and simple user interface . The calendar is very visual and in addition to allowing you to synchronize several accounts, it is capable of intelligently assigning you goals on your days or hours off such as going to the gym or any goal we propose.
If you’re looking for something more complex and advanced , you’d better use Fantastical for iOS or Timepage for iOS. But if a simple application is enough to keep you on track and focused on what you need to do next, Google Calendar is more than enough.