A Google Calendar app for the iPhone is inching closer to reality. After introducing a revamped Android version late last year, Google said it was working on an iPhone edition as well.
And The Next Web has just published some leaked screenshots of the app.
It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, but the app is integrated with a number of other Google services like Gmail, Google Maps, and more. For example, the Gmail integration will automatically turn event information from your email into a calendar event and will stay updated in real time.
The Assists feature will also offer suggestions for titles, contacts, and places as you enter calendar information.
It also seems to be featuring the same Material Design that Google has rolled out for a number of its apps on both iOS and Android.
Here’s a quick preview video of the Android app that Google unveiled in November. The iOS app appears to be very similar.
We’ll definitely let you know if we hear anything more about Google’s Calendar app.
Back in October, Google unleashed its Inbox app for the iPhone. Working with Gmail, the app brings a new take on everyone’s overloaded email inbox. Along with allowing users to deal with similar types of email all at once, it can automatically display important information.
I’ve been using Inbox since it launched, and I’m very interested to try out the Google Calendar app as well. The integration with other Google services looks to be a great feature.
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