Cnet dislikes the fact the new Droid doesn't have a fully integrated calendar.
What does this mean? Obviously, I'm not tech savvy.
i'm not sure, because it syncs your google calendar (which i'm fairly certain syncs with the apple or itunes one).. i love cnet, but they don't always get it right..
oh and welcome to the forums! this is a good place for questions like that. i'm sure someone will be around shortly with a proper answer
Last edited by New2u; 11-03-2009 at 07:01 AM.
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I would guess that cnet got it wrong in this case. For me, integrated calendar is what functionality already exists with Android, at least for Gmail. Back and Forth Syncing between the calendar on your phone and the calendar in your email system. Although with Google now supporting exchange, it makes it easier for other email systems to integrate.
Cool forum btw. Hope to spend some time here.Originally Posted by Cnet
Thanks for the clarification, I was also wondering about the posting they made. Welcome to the forums and glad to have you on board. I hope you enjoy your time here.
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Funny thing....I really can see the new apps showing up quickly with the Roid and 2.0
The calendar on Android is just like a mini version of google calendar. You can sync multiple calendars that have been set up or even shared in google and they will be on your phone in different colors. From what I have seen it is really nice.
If anyone wants to sync an Outlook calendar in with their google calendar they can use google calendar sync too.