Unify your Calendar, To-Do list and Contacts Across Systems using Fruux


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If you use multiple systems, like a Windows system at work, a Mac at home, a Android on the go, then you might find it hard to find one single solution that will allow you to access your Calendar, To-Do List and contacts across all of the different systems you might use at any given time, but you can get such a solution using the free service Fruux.

Get an Undelete function to your Google Calendar Service using Spanning


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If you ever wished you could undelete a Google Calendar event, then you’ll come to the sad reality that you can’t do this, almost every other Google service or product has this type of Undo or Undelete feature, but Google Calendar doesn’t, but you can add this type of functionality to the service, using another service called Spanning.

Make Sharing Dates Easy to a Group with Short Calendar Webapp


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If you need to let a group of people know of dates where things have to get done, deadlines, and other agenda based dates, you might want to give the Webapp Short Calendar a try for sharing the information with the group, its as simply as setting up the calendar, putting the emails of the group members in and your done, for more check out the service Short Calendar.

Get Google Calendar and Evernote Playing Nice on your Android with Meshin Recall


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If your looking for a way to be able to access your Google Calendar and your Evernote accounts on your Android device, then you should give the program Meshin Recall a try which will combine the two services into a one stop shop, for more check out Meshin Recall for Android.

Habit Calendar


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Here we go with a new idea, a Habit Calendar for tracking different events based on how you do things, check out the details HERE.

Google Cal & iPad


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So from what I understand Google Calendar is available for your iPad device, but it might not have the same color scheme as viewed from the Google site, to change this check out this article.

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