Google gets into the email business
Enlarge/ Google is making its own email services.
Enlarge / The new Google email app.
Enlarger/ Enlarge Google is planning to roll out its own version of the popular email app, Google Calendar, which is based on the Electron email platform.
The company’s announcement today comes as it looks to add more customers to its calendar, calendar apps, and Gmail app, with more apps planned for the future.
Google is also working on a Gmail app with a more “cloud” feel, and it plans to add another calendar app to its email service, the Gmail app for Android, later this year.
The Google Calendar app lets users create, edit, and save calendar events.
In addition to creating events, users can access the calendar by selecting the calendar, which then opens a calendar app for offline use.
The calendar app has a calendar view that shows calendar events that are stored in Google’s servers.
The app can also be accessed through Google Now.
Google also offers a calendar editor, which can help users edit and add events.
The editor is free and requires an email address to edit and edit events.
Google Calendar is available for free for both Android and iOS.
It’s available in several languages, and users can edit events in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.