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A couple of years ago, I wrote a blog post about a way you could sync your iPhone with your Google Calendar and Mail. At the time, this was a great way to get multi-directional syncing going on between your phone and Google. This process is, of course, now outdated and replaced by a very simple multi-directional syncing process offered by Google. As we know, technology keeps getting easier and easier to use.
If you are a Gmail user (and who isn’t?), you can now sync your iPhone and other mobile devices through a very simple process. It’s called “Google Sync for your phone”: http://www.google.com/mobile/sync
Google Sync uses the Microsoft Exchange Active Sync protocol, which enables you to post to your calendar either from your mobile device or computer, with updates going in both directions. In other words, if you post a calendar event to your Google account on your phone, that event will show up on your calendar if you access it on your computer. And it works the other ways, too. Google does all of the work for you. All you need to do is follow the instructions for your device. The Google Sync for Mobile page provides links for Blackberry, iPhone, Nokia, SyncML, and Windows devices.
You can sync your calendar, along with other calendars, your contacts, and email. So, start your New Year’s resolution early this year and get organized. Sync your calendar, email, and contacts with your mobile device and never miss another meeting.
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