You may not have known it, but iOS has a very useful feature for everyone who has a Google account (who doesn’t have one these days?). When you add events and tasks to the iOS calendar, it will automatically sync to your Google Calendar. On the other hand, it will be necessary to resist the quality of the new Apple calendar in its new iCloud because it is impossible to activate the synchronization of tasks and events on the two calendars.
- An iPhone / iPod touch with iOS 3 or more
- Have a Google Account
- Have the Google account configured on the iPhone
Meeting on this page from Safari for iPhone. Check what is to be checked, i.e. the first box
Go to Settings> Mail, Contacts, Calendar> Gmail then check ” Calendars”
If you wish, you can also tick ” Notes To activate note synchronization. They will be sent to you by e-mail in the caption ” Notes From your GMail inbox.
It’s over ! When you add an event to your calendar from the iPhone and the Calendar application, it will be automatically synchronized with your Google account and Google Calendar. If you want, you can even receive an SMS alert from Google so you don’t miss anything (that’s the only advantage compared to Apple’s iCloud calendar).