Sync iPhone Calendar with Google
Sync iPhone Calendar events with Google automatically. Keep your appointments synchronized, updated and organized.
Please click “Use this Gene” to sync iPhone Calendar with Google.
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iPhone Calendar and Google synchronization solution
SyncGene is a Free* synchronization service and a web app. Synchronize calendars, contacts and tasks across various devices, accounts and services you use.
*Data sync is limited to two sources in the Free version. Manual sync is limited to one synchronization per month. Automatic sync for Free account is limited to seven days preview after functionality is enabled.
Synchronize Contacts, Calendar and Tasks automatically. SyncGene connects Office 365, iCloud, Gmail and other apps you use.
Sync iPhone Calendar with Google
SyncGene automatically updates Google when changes are made in the iPhone Calendar. Stay up to date, no matter what device you use.
Manage and edit calendar appointments between iPhone Calendar and Google
Do you have personal iPhone Calendar and work-related Google accounts? SyncGene allows you to view and edit calendar events on the go. Your calendar events will be shared between connected accounts automatically, wherever you are.
Calendar event synchronization on different devices
Manage multiple calendar events between different devices easily with SyncGene. Calendar synchronization for all your devices will help you to effectively plan your time and upcoming appointments. SyncGene perfectly suits for all types of mobile phones which have iOS or Android operating system.
One-way or two-way synchronization
Keep your iPhone Calendar and Google synchronized. Choose between one-way or two-way sync and have your Calendar events always up-to-date. Use two-way sync to continuously update iPhone Calendar and Google. Or choose one-way sync to receive new Calendar entries from one source but not other way around.
Automatic iPhone Calendar data back up to Google Drive
SyncGene helps to back up your iPhone Calendar to your Google Drive automatically. All backups are stored in your personal account. SyncGene does not store any personal data on the servers.
How to Sync iPhone Calendar with Google?
Easily sync Calendar events between iPhone Calendar and Google.
- 1. Go to SyncGene and sign up;
- 2. Find the “Add Account” tab, select iCloud and sign in to your iCloud account;
- 3. Click on “Add Account” and log in to your Google account;
- 4. Find the “Filters” tab, choose Calendar sync option and check the folders you want to sync;
- 5. Click “Save” and then “Sync all”.
We will notify you when your iPhone Calendar will be synchronized with Google. From now on you can manage your Calendar events either from Google or iPhone Calendar.
About iPhone Calendar and Google synchronization solutions
iPhone or Apple Calendar is a personal calendar app made by Apple Inc. that runs on the iOS mobile operating system. It offers online cloud backup of calendars using Apple's iCloud service, or can synchronize with other calendar service.
Google offer variety of services and applications for Calendaring, Contacts and Tasks. They have Google Calendar - a time-management and scheduling calendar service as well as Gmail or Google Contacts for managing contacts on you Android devices or Google account accessible via Web.
To learn more about synchronization for iPhone Calendar and Google - please click section below.
iPhone Calendar synchronization solutions
iPhone Calendar can be synchronized with Google and other online services. Click here to browse all iPhone Calendar synchronization solutions.
The company behind SyncGene
Cira Apps Ltd is a SaaS company with solutions that enhance Office 365 productivity for iPhone and Android business users. CiraSync, the flagship product, is used by more than 12,500 companies to provide productivity gains and cost savings via contact and calendar automation. The company is headquartered in San Jose, California.
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