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SyncCal allows you to share your iOS calendars (e.g. iCloud and Exchange calendars) via Google Calendar with other people. E.g. if you would like to share your work calendar with your family, you can do it this way. And if you (or your employer) doesn't want the events' details to be uploaded to Google Calendar, you can only upload empty events instead, so that your family knows at least the times of your events. Just install SyncCal, enter your Google Calendar account, select which calendars should be synced and tap "Start". Afterward it will copy the selected calendars into new calendars in Google Calendar. It will also automatically keep them up-to-date by using background refresh and push notifications. It can also be configured to automatically sync when you leave your workplace. Just turn "Sync when leaving this place" on when you are at work. SyncCal will save the location and afterward it will automatically sync every time you leave your workplace. iOS' birthday calendar can also be synced into a Google calendar this way. You can find further information on http://synccal.calengoo.com . If you have any problems please contact email@example.com .
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After reading all the comments I do not believe everyone understands what this tool is for. It is for taking one set of calendar events and copying it to another one. It does exactly that. The only flaw I can spot on this product is it does not support iOS to iOS, it is dependent on gmail. I’ve emailed the developer in hopes they can add iOS to iOS (which judging by the work flow, should be easy). If iOS to iOS is added, it’ll get 5/5 from me. Note, this is only iOS to Google. You utilize google as the cross platform calendar you’re copying data to.
I like to use google calendar for my “whole” view of both personal and work but don’t want the personal data to be mixed in my work system. I have found this difficult to do using other PC and Mac based utilities (which are significantly more expensive). Those utilities frequently have issues causing them to stop synching or create duplicates. They also rely on a machine to be on and running with outlook available too - if I shut off my work laptop, then things I add to outlook mobile don’t get to Google until it’s back on. THIS APP SOLVES ALL THOSE PROBLEMS My phone now handles that sync perfectly. To the comment in another review about not being able to pick the destination “sub” calendar in google - you can (or can now) under the expert settings. Great app. I’d pay 10-20 times its price for what it does.
Finally, a solution to sync my corporate Exchange calendar to Google without running Outlook on my Mac. It works great, does exactly what it says in the description. One feature request though - It'd be nice to be able to choose the name of the Google sub-calendar in creates rather than using the source calendar name (Exchange always uses "Calendar", which isn't always helpful).
Finally I have been looking for an app that would sync my work phone calendar so I can see it across all my devices from my iPhone. Just wish could be automated and sync every X often or such.
I couldn't find any other way to do this. Anywhere. Period. Thank you so much developer(s)! Please keep up the wonderful work! Syncing iCloud Calendars to Google Calendar is possible!!!
Developed by Dominique Andr Gunia.
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Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.26.
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