Google Calendar Gets a New iPhone Interface Makeover

Google recently unveiled a new look for its Google Calendar on the iPhone, which can be accessed by navigating to on the device. Once logged in, users will be greeted with a user-friendly interface where each calendar is distinctively color-coded for better visibility.

Interaction with the calendar is intuitive; tapping on any date will bring up the day’s schedule, and navigation through dates is facilitated by buttons located at the bottom of the interface.

However, there seems to be a slight hiccup with the “Quick Add” feature positioned at the bottom of the screen. When attempting to enter data, the iPhone keyboard pops up and obscures the text field, making it difficult to see what’s being typed until you press “Done.” It’s a minor issue likely to be addressed soon, so it might be a good time to get accustomed to the nuances of the iPhone’s keyboard in the meantime.

For more insights, check out the coverage by David Chartier.

His take on this update is quite enlightening.

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