This is the final post for #GalaxyS6 issues for the week. We hope that those looking for solutions to similar issues mentioned here will find this article useful. We will resume publishing more of the same posts in the coming weeks so keep watching. These are the specific topics we discuss here today: Google Calendar
Some #GalaxyNote5 users have encountered sync problems after updating to Android Marshmallow so we deem it fit to publish an example in this post. There can be other reasons for sync issues but we want to make certain that a particular case is dealt with here properly. We hope that our suggested solutions are helpful.
The #Samsung #GalaxyS5 has been around. Released in April 2014, this once proud Samsung flagship is now overshadowed by the newer S6 but it doesn’t mean it’s obsolete. We know that there are still millions of S5 users out there. But just like any other great smartphone today, this phone isn’t perfect. Below are some
The #Google Calendar application on Android has just been updated with an important new feature, aimed to make the lives of the customers a whole lot easier. Previously, the Reminders were only accessible from the Google Now reminders page or Google Keep (if you set it there). Google Calendar will now show these reminders on its own,
The Google Calendar app on Android will finally get the month view feature again, thus letting you take a quick glimpse of the entire month. This broad view shows users the number of appointments they have every day. The update will also introduce the ability to easily switch views via the navigation drawer on the
It has been rumored recently that Google’s Calendar app for Android could soon get a major overhaul, but while we’re waiting for that to happen, Google has decided to update the app with a couple of new and useful features. The nicest addition in the new version is that the app will now suggest nearby
The trend of flatter-looking software is going to continue. Today, purported images of a new Google Calendar app for Android have surfaced, showing off a much less skeuomorphic design. The app looks almost like Apple’s iOS 7 design, but not as stark white. We can clearly see that the Day View, Month View, and
Mailbag has been receiving a lot of questions and complaints related to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. So, here is a quick rundown of the issues sent to us as well as the answer or solutions connection to them. 1. Can the Google Calendar’s events and tasks be integrated in a one shot interface? Although