Get the Most Out of Google Calendar

From business executives to busy parents, an organized online calendar can make life a lot simpler. There are a variety of calendar programs available to the interested potential client, but Google Calendar may be the best option for you.

gcGoogle Calendar is free with a Google account, plus you don’t even need to download any programs or software because it is accessible via your web browser. Your information regarding appointments, birthdays, etc. are all stored within Google’s cloud computing system, so you don’t have to worry about losing all your info during a hard drive failure.

Another plus: because you’re storing your calendar on the internet, you can easily share your appointment information with other users. You can also schedule an event and create invitations online and have the event automatically appear on your friends’ online calendars should they RSVP. If you and your friends all share calendars, you can know exactly when they are free and schedule your friendship accordingly.

The Google Calendar is outfitted with a fairly simple interface that most users find intuitive enough. You can see a small, traditional calendar lay out on the leftmost bar of the screen that displays the current month and highlights the day. The majority of the rest of the screen is made up of a list of a calendar with the days of the current month listed top to bottom, starting with the current day. In this format, users can see their appointments listed chronologically for each day of the month.

Users can also choose to view their calendar by day, week, month, or a view that simply displays the next four days. An “agenda” lists all your events chronologically as opposed to day.

text notificationOnce you pick your favorite view, you can block out time on the calendar by clicking on the appropriate day and dragging it down. In the rectangle that forms, Google Calendar then allows you to fill in details about the appointment you’re creating. You can put in a subject header, or include the location as well as short description (name of person you’re meeting, parking info, directions, etc). You can also use a repeating function if the event happens every day, week, month or year such as a piano lesson, a yoga class, or a birthday. Through the month view, you can even block out time for multiple days, a useful feature for trips and vacations.

To be honest, most calendar programs actually offer all of these services. However, Google Calendar understands that and has taken steps to differentiate itself from the rest of its competitors. For example, it includes a search function that allows for you to search through not only your own calendar, but all public calendars that use Google’s system. This allows you to synchronize your own calendar with that of your favorite comedy club, a work conference, a sports team’s game schedule, whatever. The search function is also helpful if you like to have your own private calendar as well as several public ones; it makes it so you can quickly and efficiently sift through all of them.

Google Calendar can also send you text message reminders of appointments, attach photos and Google Maps directions to events, comment on public event entries and receive comments.

Best Android Games In The Play Store

Android is an operating system which is Linux based. This operating system is especially designed for mobile devices which are touch sensitive, like tablets and smartphones. With over 700,000 applications to choose from, Android is known for its game applications. Here are some of them:

app11. Fighting Fantasy- Blood of Zombies

This is a digital game book of Fighting Fantasy. It is an adventurous journey in which you can win by choosing the right path and equipment, as well as avoid mishappenings and traps. You can download the free trial version from play store. The full version can cost you around $4.99.

2. Real soccer

Soccer is back again. You can even join David Villa to experience the best simulation on Smartphone. With enhanced animations, graphics, Bluetooth multiplayer as well as advanced management mode, you can enjoy classic soccer experience on real soccer.

3. The Bard’s tale

Released in 2004 as a PC Game, Bard’s tale is now available for smartphones, thanks to Android. It is a funny game. You are the Bard, through a magical song you can add more characters in battle and strengthen your party to take revenge on your enemies. This game is however not for free, you have to pay to download the mobile app.

4. Burn Your Fat With Me

It is available as a fitness application in Android store. This game uses a doe-eyed anime female character to acknowledge and motivate you to play the game by giving information about press-ups and sit-ups. To advance in the game, you have to clear fitness goals like push-up or sit ups in a given time.

5. Devil’s Attorney

This game is a turn based game which is actually set in the late 80’s. Here, the user plays the character of a defence attorney, Max McMann who is rich on charm but low on moral fibre. It is a paid game which is different from any android game.

6. Beastie Bay

In this game, you have to capture the critters, treat them as friends and train them to fight battles for you. Each critter has some strength and weaknesses. You have to analyse them to get benefited in the war.

7. Razor Salvation THD

You are a commander in this game and you have to fight for your home town. The responsibility of saving the planet lies on you. Although a Tegra exclusive gave, it may even land on other devices soon.

8. Swing Shot

By playing this game, you will surely be able to sharpen your eyesight by picking up the gauntlet and repairing the worst offenses! It is not really like a game.

app29. Fanta shooting

Apprentices at Hero institute are striving to succeed in Mori’s final test. Around this institute there are magic bombs, insects, monsters and so many disasters. You have to help the apprentice to survive in the final test.