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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
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gSharedCalendarEnabler allows your windows phone to synchronize with your shared and added calenders from your google account. Simply add your google account to your phone and make sure, that you can access the primary calendar. Afterwards, simply utilize this app to enable the calenders you wish to be able to synchronize on your phone. IMPORTANT: Under [Settings] -> [System] -> [Email+Accounts] -> [Your google account], you must set "Download new content" to "as items arrive" (initally at least), in order to make the selected calendars appear.
12/30/2014Followed directions and still can't see my wife's Google calendar, despite it being a shared option that I chose to sync. Glad this was only $.99. Would not download again.
9/12/2014Could not get app to work
9/12/2014Well, it doesn't work. Until Google and Microsoft get there stuff together calendar sharing doesn't seem it's going to work. Hope this changes soon.
8/5/2014Used to work beautifully. Upgraded to 1520, and it doesn't work at all. So disappointing.
2/24/2014Doesn't work! Ripoff.
2/14/2014Was working, but had to reinstall on my phone. Now it won't work.
1/5/2014Its hard to even know if it snyched or not. They need to put a synchronized button to do it manually. But it works.
10/4/2013It doesn't work
9/4/2013Not intuitive...can't get it to work. IPad so much easier to use.
8/31/2013This app works, if you are able to figure out the additional instructions beyond what the dev gives: Follow steps 1 to 3 in their Help section 4. On your phone go to Settings -> email+accounts and then locate your Google account with the multiple calendars you want to sync 5. Ensure Google settings have "Download new content" is set to "as items arrive" 6. Save with the check mark 7. Back on the email+accounts screen, long-click the Google account and select "Sync" 8. Go home, then open the native Calendar app 9. In the Calendar, go to Settings then scroll down to see the newly added Google calendars. For me, the above worked and I'm thrilled to have them back in my Calendar!